Tamera Mowry & Adam Housley Celebrate 10th Anniversary with Dedicated Posts for Each Other
On their 10th wedding anniversary, Adam Housley and Tamera Mowry wrote heartwarming messages for each other. Check out the loving couple's sweet posts on Instagram.
Former "The Real" co-host Tamera Mowry and her husband, Adam Housley, remain head over heels for each other after a decade of marriage. The couple took turns posting loving tributes on Instagram.
Marking their 10th wedding anniversary, Housley, an acclaimed journalist, posted a video showing heartwarming glimpses of their lives from their wedding day until they became a family of four.
Mowry shared two photos that showed her kissing Housley and sharing a sweet moment with their two children, Aden, 8, and Ariah, 5, on the bed. Reaching a new milestone in their relationship feels surreal for the TV show host.
Gushing over her husband, the "Twitches" star said that her love and admiration for Housley remains unchanged. Meanwhile, Housley expressed his pride over Mowry and their family. He wrote:
"She looks more gorgeous now than she did that day and I couldn't be more honored to be her husband."
The couple has countless loving moments together since tying the knot in 2011 but they also have endured hardships together. For Mowry and Housley, the pandemic has been one of their biggest challenges as a couple.
In a previous interview, the "Masked Singer" star admitted that quarantining with her husband amid the health crisis tested their relationship, considering that traveling was a big part of their work. She said:
"I would travel back and forth working on a talk show. He was a news reporter."
The couple, who described themselves as workaholics, had to see the other deal with work stress. The pandemic forced them to confront their problems together in one place.
Amid the difficult times, the "Sister, Sister" star said she and Housley are learning to be more patient with each other. Besides becoming more patient, Mowry also noted her husband's open-mindedness.
The couple came from opposite backgrounds - Mowry grew up in a Black household while Housley came from a white family. When they were still dating, she recalled she had a weft in her hair, and Housley wasn't bothered about it.
When they attended her twin sister Tia's wedding, Housley felt instantly comfortable with her family. Mowry said her family was pleased with the former baseball athlete's presence as well.
Mowry also came to enjoy Housley's interests. She learned to appreciate wine culture since her husband grew up in Napa, a county known for its vast vineyards.
Wine has become integral to the couple's lives. Besides being the center of their bonding sessions at home, wine has become one of the couple's sources of livelihood.