Tia Mowry Proudly Reveals Her 68-pound Weight Loss And Inspires New Mothers

Tia Mowry is happy that she didn’t rush to lose the weight she gained during her pregnancy.

The former “Sister, Sister” star posted a picture of her new, slimmer look on Instagram on Tuesday. In the caption, she said that she has lost 68 pounds since giving birth to her daughter Cairo, who is now 2 years old, in May 2018.


“Since giving birth to my daughter, I’ve lost 68 pounds.” I’m very happy that I did it my way and when I wanted to. I didn’t feel like I had to answer quickly. “I liked nursing my baby and spending time with Cairo and my son Cree.” Mowry, who posed in short shorts made of denim and a grey turtleneck, wrote this.

The 42-year-old actress, who also had a few grey curls in her photo, then told new moms to ignore the pressure to lose weight quickly after giving birth.

“To all the women who feel stressed out after giving birth: Do You! Do what makes you happy, and do it when it’s convenient for you. “Nobody else’s,” she typed.

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Mowry was pregnant with Cairo when she took this photo with husband, Cory Hardrict, in March 2018 in Culver City, California

Fans told Mowry she looked great and thanked her for sharing what she had learned after giving birth.

“People don’t realise that it took nine months to put on the weight, so it will take a lot longer to lose it.” You look great, so don’t stop! 💪, “I wrote.

“You go, Tia!” I love that you did it on your own time and for yourself. “One person screamed.”



The former “Family Reunion” star, who also has a 9-year-old son named Cree with her husband, Cory Hardrict, 40, said in October 2019 that she was losing her pregnancy weight on her own schedule.

“Checking in. 17 months after having a baby. I did it my way and when I was ready to. After giving birth, many women feel the need to snap back right away. “That was never my goal,” she wrote next to an Instagram photo of herself in a blue uniform.

She also said that she was called fat-shaming names during and after she was pregnant with Cairo.

“I was called fat while I was pregnant, and I was called fat after I gave birth.” Why do we treat each other this way? instead of loving each other? I’ll never figure that out. “I wrote about my journey and made myself vulnerable on purpose to show women that it’s okay to go at your own pace and that it’s okay to love yourself wherever you are on your journey,” she wrote.

She told mothers everywhere, “Don’t give in to the pressures of society.” Mowry said at the end of her post that she loved her body just the way it was.

She wrote, “After working hard with just diet and exercise, I’m closer to my goal today.” “Do I have stretch marks and saggy skin?” Yes. What’s that? “I love every part of me, and I want you to love every part of you too.”

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