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July 02, 2018

Tia and Tamera Mowry share photos of white dad proving their striking resemblance

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Twin sisters Tia and Tamera Mowry took to their Instagram accounts to share photos of their father Timothy John Mowry as a way to honor him on Father’s Day.

The one that Tia posted was a selfie showing the actress and her father next to each other. Tia was wearing a white shirt while her father put on a plaid blue and white shirt.

In Tamera’s case, she opted for a three-photo slideshow. The first one portrayed the man in front of a war tank wearing camo shirt and cap, the second one showed Timothy next to a friend, and the third one pictured army infantry flags.

While Tia captioned her post only wishing Timothy a happy Father’s Day, Tamera went on adding a couple of details about the man.

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She pointed out that Timothy was the best father and grandfather and that her children ‘leap for joy’ when they hear his voice. Tamera confessed that the man retired as a first sergeant from the Army and that he loved his job.

The proud daughter confessed that Timothy’s infantry was the best, finally adding the Charlie 1/52 infantry chant: ‘Hooah! Hooah! Follow me! (who-a).’

One of the aspects that surprised a couple of the twins’ fans was that their father was white. Thanks to a DNA test done specially for a segment of Tamera’s show The Real, her genetic ancestry was revealed.

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The results set clear that Tamera (and Tia, of course) are 53% European and 45% African. In a more detailed way, they are 21% British, 12% Irish, 8% Iberian Peninsula, 5% Western European, and 7% other European.

For the African side, the twins are 22% Ivory Coast and Ghana, 10% Cameroon and Congo, 9% Mali, and 4% other African.

If that wasn’t interesting enough, Tamera and Tia were born in Germany due to the fact that Timothy was serving in that country.

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