Tia Mowry announces her baby’s birth as she shares an adorable snap with her beautiful baby girl

May 09, 2018
09:19 A.M.
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The actress and her husband, actor Cory Hardrict have welcomed their baby girl into the world as she gave birth on Saturday. 


Tia Mowry is one happy mother as she shared a photo of herself and her baby girl from the hospital. AmoMama got the news from Daily Mail.

The Sister, Sister actress wore a pretty rose dress in the picture while appearing to breastfeed her daughter. On the caption, she wrote:

“Feeling grateful and blessed as we welcome our little baby girl into the world! Born May 5th at 10:29 am at 6 pounds and 4 Oz 19.8 inches. (heart emoji) We are in heaven.”


Tia and her husband just recently celebrated their 10-year-anniversary in late April. She posted a sweet family photo together with an equally sweet and heartfelt message for Cory. She couldn’t believe how fast time flies and penned:

“Wow! 10 years married to you! @coryhardrict It’s crazy how time flies! Building a family, dreams, and a life with you has simply been Gods purpose. Thank you for loving all of me. Thank you for loving me as my grays come in. Thank you for loving my character, my personality, and my soul. For you, I do the same. Those traits never change. #happyanniversary Mr. Hardrict. We love you! #18yearsstrong.”


The snap showed Tia kissing Cory while cradling her baby bump. Their six-year-old son Cree was standing on a stool between his parents while placing his hands on their necks. It was a beautiful photo of the family. And now, they have a daughter!

The 39-year-old and Cory got married in 2008 after being engaged on Christmas Day in 2006. The pair welcomed their son in 2011 and announced their second pregnancy last year.


Tia previously disclosed to People that they have been trying for many years to have another child and while it was quite a struggle, they never gave up.

“I didn’t let my infertility issues define me or define what my goals were and what I wanted out of life.”

Tia rose to fame with her twin sibling, Tamara, on the hit sitcom Sister, Sister which ran from 1994 to 1999.