Tia Mowry Loses 68 Pounds After Birthing Daughter Cairo

Tia Mowry Loses 68 Pounds After Birthing Daughter Cairo

Tia Mowry-Hardict is thankful she took the time to lose the weight she gained during her pregnancy with her daughter, Cairo Tiahan.

This past Tuesday, the 42-year-old Mowry revealed via selfie how she has lost almost 70 pounds since giving birth to her second child in May of 2018.

Tia Mowry Loses 68 Pounds After Birthing Daughter Cairo
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“I’ve lost to date 68 pounds since giving birth to my daughter. I’m very proud that I did it my way and in my time. I didn’t feel rushed to snap back,” Mowry shared. “I enjoyed breastfeeding and spending quality time with #cairo and my son #cree.”

The actress, who boasted her toned legs in denim short shorts, also offered up fellow moms some advice.

“To all the women who are feeling pressured after birth. Do YOU! Do what makes YOU proud and do it in YOUR time. Not anyone else’s,” she wrote.

Tia Mowry Loses 68 Pounds After Birthing Daughter Cairo
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When seeing Vanessa Bryant took to the comments to praise Mowry for her hard work.

“Great job, mama! ????????????,” she wrote. In addition to Cairo, she and her husband share son, Cree.

In a conversation surrounding her partnership with farmer-owned cooperative Ocean Spray the 42-year-old actress and the mother of two reveals how her daughter Cairo, 2, is still working on their family resemblance.

Tia Mowry Loses 68 Pounds After Birthing Daughter Cairo
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“When my daughter Cairo was looking at my sister’s daughter [Ariah Talea, 5], she goes, ‘Cairo?’ We feel like Cairo and Ariah look alike,” says Mowry-Hardrict.

“And then when she looks at my sister Tamera, she’ll go, ‘Mama.’ Because she thinks it’s me.”

“That’s what it’s like having a twin in the family,” quips Mowry-Hardrict.

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