'Sister, Sister' Star Tia Mowry Is All Smiles Posing with Daughter Cairo in Pink Pool Floats
Tia Mowry and her adorable daughter Cairo warmed fans' hearts when the actress shared a lovely picture of them in the pool.
Tia Mowry and her daughter Cairo were all smiles in a recent picture the actress shared with fans on her Instagram page, showing them in a pool.
In the picture, Tia wore a white-and-black polka dot spaghetti strap top. She accessorized with a gold necklace and black swimming cap on her head. The actress also sported swimming goggles.
The adorable Cairo looked at ease and pleased with her swimming lessons. She wore pink floaties that featured the drawing of a unicorn. The mother-daughter duo smiled for the camera with Cairo's cute and infectious smile melting fans' hearts. In the caption to the post, Tia wrote:
"I #love kissing on these cheeks! My baby #girl ?."
Tia's fans rushed to the comment's section of her post to shower love on her and her adorable baby girl. Most of the fans said the picture was very cute.
A fan said that Cairo is so beautiful, adding that the 2-year-old had the kind of eyes one could never say no to. Another said Cairo looked like her uncle Tahj when he was little, adding that the photo was cute.
Tia said they traveled first class for work during those times, with her mother being asked several times if she was in the right seat.
Tia's fans are used to seeing her lovely family posts showing some of the cute moments she shares with her sweet kids. Aside from Cairo, she also has a son, Cree, who turned nine recently.
"My little chef."
Cairo turned 2 in May amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the restrictions and social distancing directives to reduce the virus's effect, her parents ensured she had a day to remember.
Tia, her husband, Cory Hardrict, and their son, Cree, came together to make the celebration fun for Cairo, who wore a trendy white tutu dress by Tutu Du Monde. The party featured yummy food, treats, and a touring bouquet of pink balloons.
The COVID-19 pandemic also meant Tia was not able to see her parents, twin sister, Tamera, and her brothers for months, a situation that proved difficult for the "Sister, Sister" actress to deal with.
In a reported interview, an emotional Tia said the situation was getting to her and was the most challenging part of quarantine because she and her family were all very close.
Tia and her siblings were raised by their mom, Darlene, a Black American, and their father, Timothy Mowry, a white American and witnessed racial profiling firsthand.
Tia recounted some of those experiences with USA Today, recalling how her father had more privilege over her mom even during her and Tamera's "Sister, Sister" days.
Narrating one example, Tia said they traveled first class for work during those times and during a trip, her mother was being asked several times if she was in the right seat.
Another incident occurred when the family was buying their first home. When Darlene walked in asking for a brochure, she was told the houses were sold out. However, it turned out to be a different story when her husband did.