The Untold Truth Of Tamera Mowry-Housley

Nineties kids will know there was no cooler show back in the day than Sister, Sister. And there was nobody cooler than its stars, Tia and Tamera Mowry, twin sisters with the most fashionable clothes, the cutest boyfriends, and the most exciting shared life — even their parents, at least in the show, were cool. As time has progressed, Tia and Tamera have found their own separate paths, but their twin connection remains unequivocal, even resulting in a short-lived reality show appropriately called Tia & Tamera.

Per IMDb, Tamera, who now goes by the married name Tamera Mowry-Housley, doesn't act as often as her sister, now known as Tia Mowry-Hardrict, does, instead turning her attention to TV presenting on The Real, as well as being a dedicated mother and wife. Still, she retains a strong connection with both her twin and the show that made them, refusing to ever turn her back on Sister, Sister.

Mowry-Housley would be open to a Sister, Sister reboot

Mowry-Housley's bond with her sister is borderline telepathic, with the actress and TV host telling Us Weekly, we "speak with our eyes. We don't have to say anything and we know." She described the idea of acting alongside her again as "magical," admitting a Sister, Sister reboot definitely isn't off the table. However, Mowry-Housley envisions it more as a "movie series," rather than a TV show. As for whether she'd support her children wanting to act professionally, the mother of two confirmed she would, though, "I'd make sure they get a college degree as well."

Funny enough, Mowry-Hardrict reunited with her onscreen mother, the legendary Jackée Harry, for Netflix sitcom Family Reunion, according to Today. Maybe at some point, Mowry-Housley and her onscreen father, Timothy Lee Reid, could join them for a project and make it an actual TV family reunion.

Keeping it real meant putting family first for Mowry-Housley

In late July 2020, Mowry-Housley made the shock announcement that she would be leaving her role as one of the hosts on daytime chat show The Real after seven years (via Instagram). Describing it as "bittersweet," she thanked her co-hosts and wished them well, acknowledging, "I'm so proud of what all the ladies and I have accomplished." Mowry-Housley noted, "All good things must come to an end," revealing she was moving on to other opportunities, while also looking to dedicate more time to her home life.

in the past, the Sister, Sister alum has frequently opened up about how much her husband and her son, Aden, and daughter, Ariah, mean to her, telling Essence that, as they grow up, it's more important than ever for her to spend as much time with them as possible. "I am trying to instill some really good characteristics and morals into my children's lives," she explained.