Tia Mowry Takes a Photo of Daughter Cairo Looking Cute as She Rocks a Red Tutu Dress
Tia Mowry-Hardrict's adorable daughter, Cairo, was a beaming sight for sore eyes in a recent post shared by the "Sister, Sister" actress on her Instagram story.
Tia Mowry-Hardrict regularly updates her fans with pictures of her stylish outfits and cool hairstyles. Recently, the actress proved that her daughter Cairo Tiahna Hardrict is a mini-fashionista just like her mom.
The "Family Reunion" star took to Instagram to share an adorable photo of the two-year-old rocking a beautiful dress from Petite Hailey, an American kids' clothing line.
Cairo was pictured gazing down while playing with a toy car. The toddler looked charming in a red tutu dress with long ribbed sleeves and a huge glittery gold star on the chest.
To complete the look, her dark hair was neatly tied up on top of her head with a matching red ribbon revealing her sweet face and chubby cheeks.
TWINNING WITH MOM
Whenever Cairo, who is Mowry-Hardrict's lookalike, graces her mom's Instagram page, she is dressed in fashionable kidswear. Sometimes the pair dress in matching outfits to produce envy-worthy pictures.
Last October, the "Twitches" actress delighted her fans when she shared a photo of herself and Cairo in pink tutu-skirts and matching sweaters as they got ready for pumpkin season.
Because Mowry-Hardrict is identical to her twin, Tamera Mowry-Housley, baby Cairo often mistakes the two for each other. The "The Game" actress told People that Cairo also confuses herself with Mowry-Housley's daughter, Ariah.
GROWING UP BIRACIAL
During the exclusive interview with People, Mowry-Hardrict also revealed how much her kids love watching her on TV. The actress and her twin have been working in film and television since their teenage years.
The Mowry sisters enjoyed superstardom in the '90s and 2000s with popular TV shows like "Sister, Sister" and "Seventeen Again." However, being TV stars wasn't always a positive experience for the biracial twins.
Mowry-Hardrict is candid about the treatment she and her sister received because of their ethnicity. She has opened up about dealing with biracial stereotypes and unequal pay despite being two of the biggest child stars in their time.
Unfortunately, the 42-year-old actress also witnessed racial inequality in her own family growing up, where she noticed how well her white father was treated in comparison to her Black mother.