The now 35-year-old frankly told the ladies of the talk show that not only did she stay a virgin till she was almost 30, but after finally having sex then decided to stay celibate until she got married.
Getty Images Tamera Mowry's son is just two days old, but he's already laded his first magazine spread.
When her ex Nate shows up with a new girlfriend, Fiona devises a plan to win him back: pretend head chef Derek is her new boyfriend. Both end up dating the same man, and inviting him to meet the family on December 17th.
He doesn't know there are two sisters or that he committed to two different dates on the same day.
The actress and her little bundle of joy were featured in In Touch magazine this week.
Baby Aden John Tanner Housley was born Monday, two weeks late, and was nearly 10 pounds! Mom and dad, Adam Housley, are ecstatic about the addition to the family."Adam and I feel very blessed to finally be holding our son," the new mom said. Read Full Story Tamera Mowry became a mom on Monday, and her little bundle of joy has already had his first photo shoot!
During a segment on the daytime talk show "The Real" on Tuesday, Mowry-Housley and her co-hosts Adrienne Houghton, Jeannie Mai and Loni Love each took a moment to address negative comments and critiques they had received online.In response to Mowry-Housley's Instagram post of collard greens that her husband was cooking on Thanksgiving, her online critics lashed out at the thought of a white man making a dish that's a staple in many African-American households.After reading a You Tube comment from a person who identifies as "mscourt" who surmised that Mowry-Housley "must eat like a white person," because "ain't no way Adam is making some good collard greens," the actress defended her husband and herself against such racial stereotyping."Why you gotta bring race into this? They became a southern delicacy in the States."Mowry-Housley revealed that her husband's grandmother is from the South and he grew up enjoying collard greens."What they don't know is Adam's grandma is from the South and she passed away before she could spread that recipe to him. Even though Mowry-Housley is bi-racial, she has been the target of heinous comments from people who oppose her marriage to a white man."I've never experienced so much hate ever in my life.In an interview with EBONY.com, Tia talks her future on the hit BET show and both ladies gush about motherhood, sisterhood, love and marriage. But what has been the most surprising thing you’ve experienced while being pregnant? That’s a very good question because you go through a lot.But I guess I never really realized because I’m in my third trimester right now and the excess weight takes a toll on your body, your ankles, your knees.I can't even think of these words."Mowry-Housley is the daughter of a black woman and white man.She and her twin sister, Tia Mowry-Hardrict, didn't view color as an issue when it came to dating.She missed the whole point," Mowry-Housley said on the Tuesday's show. My husband loves collard greens and my mom saw that and said, 'You know what, why don't I pass down my traditional recipe to you,'" she explained."Guys, with there being so much racial tension in this world right now, why don't we start with ourselves? I get called, 'white man's (expletive).' The new one, 'back in the day, you cost 0 but now you're giving it to 'em for free,'" Mowry-Housely tearfully said on the OWN program "Where Are They Now" in 2014."Stuff that, me as a person, could never even fathom.See full summary » A jaded woman who never fulfilled her dreams of a Broadway career pushes her daughter to have one. The mother drinks a potion that makes her young again and tries to sabotage the wedding.A successful matchmaker has suddenly lost the spark in her own marriage after 15 years, so Jennie insists her husband, Ian, to go on a blind date-with her. See full summary » After Fiona gets dumped, she escapes to her family's Vermont Inn for a few days to evaluate her life.