Tia Mowry And Husband Cory Hardrict Are Love At Its Finest In Hilarious Workout Video
Tia Mowry and her husband, Cory Hardrict, are having a lot of fun together during the lockdown put in place to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
The parents of Cree Hardrict and Cairo Tiahna Hardrict are spending time on social media, especially on TikTok taking part in interesting challenges.
Their latest video that has gone viral shows them working out, and the actress is trying her best to keep up. The whole thing is hilarious, and most supporters find the couple inspiring.
The 41-year-old Sister, Sister star wrote in her caption: "Guys! I got him to do another @tiktok! Thanks @kaciergriffin for the challenge!! #husbandandwife #marriage #quarantine #fun ✌🏽Clearly @coryhardrict is way better than me!"
One follower had this to say when it comes to the clip: "Love your that you are not only happily married but are still truly friends😊💖 Miss your reality show😁."
A second person chimed in: "😫😂 he was determined, hes like I am not stopping, all you had to do was not laugh😫😂😂❤️❤️❤️ you guys are adorable."
The video hit home for a wife who is missing her husband, and she stated: "Aww this is awesome ..I miss my husband so badly we not in the same country at the moment ...you guys are so cute."
A fourth comment read: "Why do you have to be so cute? Don’t you know some of us are lonely and depressed? You guys are insensitive 😍😭😭😭."
Another commenter decided to bring up Tia's sister, Tamera Mowry, into the conversation with this remark: "I love Tia!!! Tamara used to be my favorite, but I was disappointed when she married a white man that's a Fox News reporter 🤢😷🤢."
This observer opted to revisit their love story and shared: "Still can’t believe she met her true love at the bus stop😍. I need to go drive around and see who needs a ride."
Despite all the fun, Tia recently revealed that social distancing was not easy because she misses her extended family.
She told Entertainment Tonight : "Not to be able to see my dad and my brothers and my sister has been pretty hard because we're all very close. But we handle it very well with FaceTiming each other...But I think that's been the hardest, just not being able to see your loved ones. But we're gonna get through this."
It seems that TikTok is helping fill some of the void.