April 06, 2021

'Sister, Sister' Stars Tia & Tamera Mowry Share Adorable Photos of Their Families on Easter

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Tia and Tamera Mowry celebrated Easter with their respective families, and they documented the day with pictures they shared with their fans on social media. 

Easter was an opportunity for many families to get together to enjoy time together. Tia and Tamera were no different— they spent the day with their families and were kind enough to share mementos from the special day. 

Tamera took to her personal Instagram page with a series of pictures that featured her posing up a storm with her husband, kids, and mother. 

Tia and Tamera Mowry at Essence Magazine's tribute to Lauryn Hill, Kirk Farnklin and others at the 1999 Essence Awards. | Photo: Getty Images


The first shot she shared was a photo of herself with them, but her mom was absent in the next, leaving her to pose with her husband and kids.

The third shot captured her mother, Darlene, with her kids. It was obvious that they enjoyed their time together from the smile they all had on their faces. She captioned the post, 

"We love you, Grandma Darlene. Isn't she lovely? I love you, momma. I hope you guys had a wonderful Easter."


Tamera's husband, Adam Housley, also shared the same couple of shots on his Instagram page. In his caption, he expressed gratitude for meeting with family during the Easter celebration. 

Tia confirmed that the reunion was a tearful one. 


The photos Tamera's sister Tia shared featured herself, her husband, sibling, Tahj Mowry, and father. They all sat on a white picnic mat and flashed their best smiles for the camera. In her caption, she revealed that the day was full of "love, great food, and great company."

Her fans in the comment section loved the family shot but could not help but wonder why the two sisters chose to spend the day separately, with one person ending up with their mom and the other their dad. 


Tamera and Tia grew up in a biracial family—their father is white while their mom is Black. They have both discussed, at some point, their experiences of racism while growing up and are determined to see a change in the way things work. 

The two sisters are close as they come, and when the pandemic prevented them from seeing each other, they both took it hard. They finally got the chance after six months, and Tia confirmed that the reunion was a tearful one. 

Things are great between the two sisters, and fans hope things stay that way. However, they are no closer to uncovering why one parent chose a child to spend the holidays with.