Tamera Mowry-Housley is a mom (again)!
The Real co-host and her husband Adam Housley welcomed a precious little angel into the world on Wednesday.
They named their beautiful baby girl Ariah Talea Housley. The 10-pound baby is the couple's second child together, which means their two-year-old son Aden John Tanner has officially been promoted to big bro! Awww!
[ Photo: Tia Mowry Recreates A Cute Childhood Picture! ]
She said her little man is so excited to meet his new sister, saying:
"We are beyond overjoyed and blessed with our beautiful baby girl. Aden already made a welcome video for her."
We know how you feel, Aden! We can't wait to see the first sweet snap of this lovely little one!
Congratulations to the proud parents!
[Image via Brian To/WENN.]
We're all still trying to get over Sunday night's Game of Thrones finale.
But we're not the only ones who were shell-shocked by the death of a fan favorite character!
Many celebs like Ed Sheeran, Sarah Hyland, and Tamera Mowry lamented about the shocking end to the fifth season of the hit HBO series.
[ Video: THIS Is The Scene Game Of Thrones Spent $200k To Hide! ]
And some celebs even shared their theories on if the character was really gone for good. That's right, Holly Madison — don't give up hope just yet!
Share your pain of the finale by hearing what celebs had to say (below). Some even got a response from cast members! SPOILERS OBVIOUSLY.
Tia Mowry definitely just schooled everyone on how to take a #TBT pic!
The Twitches actress took to Instagram on Thursday to share an epic recreation of one of her classic childhood images.
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Things just got real for The Real.
Its been announced that the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) has filed a complaint against Warner Brothers for a policy that caused the studio to ask two Muslim women wearing headscarves to move out of the camera's view!
In February, four young women attended a taping of daytime talk show The Real. Two of the women were wearing Islamic headscarves, aka hijab.
While they were waiting, studio officials told them that the hijab-wearing women couldn't sit in the front row because they shouldn't be seen on camera, according to a studio policy.
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Though the women complied, they were understandably upset by the anti-Muslim policy. CAIR Senior Civil Rights Attorney Fatima Dadabhoy had this to say about the incident: