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Tamera Mowry flaunts curves in plunging floral dress and high heels

Edduin Carvajal
Jun 15, 2018
07:49 A.M.
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The Real host Tamera Mowry took to Instagram to share a photo of her wearing a beautiful floral dress that enhanced her figure.

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In the image, Mowry was shown with one hand on her hips and the other one on her tight while slightly smiling for the camera. Her gown, which was white, black, and pink, had a deep V-cut neckline that attracted a lot of sights to her cleavage.

Another important and stylish aspect of her dress was its inverted V-cut at the bottom, revealing the host’s legs and high heels. As for the accessories, Mowry put on one ring in each hand, a necklace, and big rounded earrings.

In the caption, Mowry took the chance to urge her fans and followers to watch the newest episode of Help Us Get Married, a show that addresses three newly engaged couples who plan their wedding with the help of the Facebook community.

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As soon as Mowry, who works as the host of the Facebook Watch show, uploaded that image, her fans and followers took to the comment section to share their thoughts. One of them was Instagram user @tammysw.

She confessed that even though she thought Mowry has always been beautiful, the photo the star posted made her look ‘absolutely stunning.’

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Mowry’s photo was uploaded a few days after she attended the premiere of Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment's Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom on June 12, 2018, in Los Angeles, California.

During the event, she told Us Weekly that the thing she buys as a baby shower present for her pregnant friends most of the times is a diaper pail. Mowry pointed out that she has her own diaper pail and that people often forget about buying them.

Mowry, who has been married to Adam Housley since 2011, has two children so far, 5-year-old Aden, who went to the movie’s premiere, and 2-year-old Ariah, who stayed home while the trio enjoyed the dinosaur props in the theater.

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