December 29, 2020
Former child star Tamera Mowry and her family were a perfect lot for Christmas, and the star mom confirmed on social media that they enjoyed a fantastic celebration.
Tamera Mowry's Christmas celebration came with all the thrills, radiant props, and uniformed pajamas, and the "Sister Sister" alum's spouse, Adam Housley, was quite excited on Instagram while sharing how the big day went.
Housley, a former TV journalist, shared a one-photo post where he showed off his happy loved ones all beaming and reveling in the spirit of Christmas.
The selfie shared featured Housley, who seemed to be holding the camera, laid out on a comfy couch while his wife and kids laid on his chest in a dog pile.
Mowry rocked a Christmas-themed pajama, a Santa Claus hat, and a pair of red-rimmed clear glasses. The star sported a big smile while showing off her sparkly wedding band.
Next up was their oldest kid, Aden, while his sister, Ariah, followed suit, both rocking miniature versions of their mom's outfit. Housley was the only one in a different ensemble. He captioned the post:
"Had an amazing #christmas with these 3 and it ended with a dogpile on daddy. I'll take that any day. #happyholidays #merrychristmas…”
For the festive period, Mowry was part of bringing out the magic of Christmas as she played the role of an astrophysicist in Hallmark's Yuletide special, "Christmas Comes Twice."
She starred as Cheryl, who unknowingly rode a magical carousel that took her back in time to the past five years. The movie helped sensitize her on the importance of more women in engineering and tech-related fields.
The star affirmed while she was on the show that she was satisfied with her interracial marriage because her spouse was open-minded.
Last month, Mowry faced some bashing from critics after she shared her opinion on social media. Star rapper Remy Ma posted a photo of her and her family while promoting Black love. Mowry liked the post, sharing that she fancied interracial love too.
This apparently did not sit right with netizens who came for her, tagged her "TA-MAGA," and showed their disapproval in a series of media updates.
This is not the first time the actress and former "The Real" co-host has faced criticism and has had to defend her legacy. The star affirmed while she was on the show that she was satisfied with her interracial marriage because her spouse was open-minded.