Christian twins Tia Mowry-Hardrict and Tamera Mowry-Housley, 35, were child stars who managed to avoid the
downward spiral into chaos and controversy. But how?
In a recent interview with Too Fab the two admitted the firm hands of their parents played an integral role in
keeping their feet on the ground and their lives on track.
“We would have ‘G.I. Fridays’ [which meant] General Inspection. Our parents were in the army and so we would
have to clean the house every Friday,” they recalled.
A strict regimen set boundaries and maintained a sense of normalcy in their lives, even as their 90s hit
television sitcom Sister, Sister grew in popularity.
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