Tia Mowry Flaunts Her Long & Slimmer Legs after 68-Pound Weight Loss – Check Out Her Stylish Pic
Acclaimed actress Tia Mowry recently caused excitement among her fans and followers after posting a picture on social media where she showed off a slimmer figure.
Former child star Tia Mowry shared a picture of herself in a refreshing outfit on Instagram. Her recent post was intended for a game she hosted for her fans.
The "Family Reunion" star and doting mom-of-two looked lovely in a flowy printed mini dress. In addition to her fashionable outfit, Mowry, 42, also displayed her impressive legs.
Cory Hardrict and Tia Mowry attend the premiere of "Central Intelligence" on June 10, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. | Photo: Getty Images
Mowry was a beautiful sight to behold. She held a bunch of colorful balloons in the photo while smiling and standing in the middle. She paired her cute dress with strappy heels.
The length of the "Oh, Baby!" book author's mini dress revealed her stunning long and thin legs. Achieving slimmer legs was one of the benefits of her recent tremendous weight loss.
Mowry, who has been married to actor Cory Hardrict since 2008, gave birth to nine-year-old son Cree in 2011. The longtime couple welcomed their second child Cairo Tiahna, 2, in 2018.
"I'm very proud that I did it my way and in my time."
For Mowry, there was nothing to rush or feel stressed about weight loss after childbirth. She noted that she enjoyed breastfeeding and sharing quality time with her children.
Meanwhile, she previously expressed hope that the sitcom "Sister, Sister" would get a reboot. She was sad that the potential TV sequel was halted due to legal concerns.
The classic comedy series was the first show she and her sister Tamera Mowry appeared in, from 1994 to 1999. They starred as long-lost twin sisters Tia Landry and Tamera Campbell.
She shared a throwback picture of herself and Hardrict in their early days of dating.
The twins have continued to flourish in the entertainment industry since the success of their former TV series. Even with a fulfilling career, they faced unfair treatment.
Mowry shared she faced unequal pay, including cultural and racial stereotypes, back when she was a child star. Also, she was told she would fit a Latino role better because she was not Black enough.
While Mowry was frustrated about the downside of her career as a child star, she was able to find love around that time. She met Hardrict during the last year of filming "Sister, Sister."
Mowry shared a throwback picture of herself and Hardrict in their early days of dating. She also reflected on how they stuck together through the years.