Check Out Tia Mowry Show Off Her 'Mommy Juice' Wine Wall Inside Her $2.6M Crib
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Check Out Tia Mowry Show Off Her ‘Mommy Juice’ Wine Wall Inside Her $2.6M Crib

Tia Mowry
Tia Mowry [Courtesy of Anser]

Tia Mowry made an appearance on MTV’s Cribs and showed off her favorite room in the house, a 150 bottle-filled wine wall she dubbed “Mommy Juice.”

The Sister, Sister star showcased a glass-covered wine wall inside of her $2.6 million Los Angeles home, NY Post reports. Her 10-year-old son Cree Hardrict was there to spill the tea on one of his mom’s “drunk” adventures.

“Is this mom’s favorite section of the house?” Tia was filming asking her son. “It’s called ‘the mommy juice,’ right, Cree?”

But little Cree felt like his mom was only giving a watered-down version of how much she loved her “Mommy Juice.”

“Do you want to tell what happened?” Cree asked his confused mother. “You…drunk?”

Mowry was quick to interject with a laugh saying, “A whole bottle of wine.” She relived the comical moment for the show.

“So, yes, I did drink a whole bottle of wine, Cree. But only once,” she said while winking at the camera.

Tia’s 4,900-square-foot home includes five bedrooms and six bathrooms. Big enough for her Hollywood star husband Cory Hardrict and their two kids, Cree, and 3-year-old Cairo Hardrict.

Back in 2018, Tia filmed a house tour where she showed off her kitchen that includes a bench, a huge four-pane square window, and a chalk “vision board” where the family writes down their yearly goals. The kitchen also includes a butler’s kitchen and walk-in pantry.

The house also includes a 0.2-acre yard, a hot tub, a balcony overlooking the first-floor hallway table, a smart-home technology panel, hardwood floors, white wainscoted walls and crown molding. Not to forget Tia’s “Mommy Juice” wall.

The lavish home also includes a nursery and a media room with seven plush leather reclining chairs. Her son Cree’s room includes a cathedral ceiling and a playroom.

Tia and her twin sister Tamera Mowry Housley rose to fame in the ’90s with their hit sitcom Sister, Sister. Fans have hopes for a reboot, to no avail. The now 43-year-old sisters have no plans of rebooting the show anytime soon.


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