They were inseparable while acting together during their formative years.
But Tamera Mowry revealed on Friday that she and her identical twin sister Tia Mowry have not seen each other in more than six months as the coronovirus epidemic has spread across the US.
The 42-year-old actress said she could not go to Los Angeles to see her sister, as the city had an uptick in COVID-19 cases, she told ET.
Separate: 42-year-old Tamera Mawri revealed to ET on Friday that she had not seen her twin sister Tia Mowry in six months due to a coronovirus epidemic; Tamera (L) with Tia in 2012
“I still haven’t seen him physically,” said Tamira.
He said, ‘I live in Napa and then there was a boom in LA, and when we were really going to go there, there was a boom in LA and it was not wise for all of us to go there.’
‘We were going to meet, [Tia’s] Family reunions and working on time, it did not work. But I know for a fact when we see each other we are just, we are about to cry. ‘
Her response was during a video interview with ET in March, when she was not able to see members of her extended family in person.
North and South: ‘I live in Napa and then there was a boom in LA, and right when we were really going to go there, there was a boom in LA and it was not wise for all of us to go there,’ he said. Explained; Tamera picture in November 2019
Since it is not safe or wise for families to meet in person, they established a schedule to maintain contact through video chat.
‘Every two weeks, we zoom into each other and we have a happy time. We have a glass of wine, we talk about what’s going on. I mean, we read almost every other day. “But there’s something better about seeing your loved one, but there’s something even better, obviously, just human connection and touch – and hugs and I just can’t wait to do that,” she said.
These last six months are the longest period when twins have separated from each other.
The complaint of the cases is that their acting jobs now require stricter quarantine and safety procedures, so it would break the rules to get around with each other, even if they felt it was safe.
‘We’re mapping it. We’re like, “You know, it’s like six months!” And it sucks, because with COVID, and when you’re working on a set, they’re so special. It’s like a skeleton crew now, so it’s crazy. ‘
Up to date: There is now a video chat routine to keep in touch with both. ‘Every two weeks, we zoom each other and we have a happy time. We have a glass of wine, we talk about what’s going on ‘; Tia (L) and Tamera in 2013
Glorious Days: Tamera called her series Sister, Sister’s newfound popularity on Netflix as ‘the best experience ever’; Featured in Burbank, California in November 2019
Elsewhere in the interview, Tamera spoke about the new popularity of her and Tia’s series Sister, Sister, which recently became available to stream on Netflix.
‘Netflix gave it to the people and holy crap, I feel like I’m relieved when Didi, Didi first aired on ABC. Best experience, ‘she said.
The actress cheered on the girl watching the series on her iPad in the waiting room of a doctor’s office, and when she saw it, she had a shock on her face.
As her fans are struggling to continue a reboot or series, Tamera said, ‘We have not given up.
‘It seriously depends on time, and I think its creative idea … I can tell you this, if a reboot happens in any way: a movie, a series, or whatever, it’s terrible. Is going to happen, ‘he said.
Reboot? ‘We haven’t given up,’ he said of the possibility of a reboot, saying that it would be ‘awesome’ if he made it off the field; Still publicity for sister