Tamera Mowry of '90s sitcom "Sister, Sister" and reality series "Tia & Tamera" has recently revealed that she has a bun in the oven due for an early November delivery. She and her husband, Fox News correspondent Adam Housely, apparently had put off having children until a later date, until a recent trip to South Africa inspired them to re-evaluate that decision. “It’s just so beautiful there and you get a whole new perspective on life, the things that really matter,” Mowry-Housley explained to sources. “Adam and I looked at each other and said, ‘Why wait?’” Seeing as how Tia has had her first child already, the pregnancy having been chronicled at the same time as Tamera's wedding in their reality series, the "Sister, Sister" duo can now both be considered "Auntie, Auntie."

The Mowry sisters have certainly made an extremely successful comeback on the television scene. Tia continues to headline the BET dramedy "The Game," as the neurotic Melanie, while the twin team have broken records on the Style Network after becoming the highest-rated show in the cable networks 12 year history. The success of "Tia & Tamera," which averaged more than 750,000 viewers per week, is due mostly to their hilarious, surprisingly down-to-earth lives and totally relatable sisterly tiffs, which seem much more genuine in relation to the Kardashian drama. Fans and new viewers can catch the second season that is set to premiere on June 11.

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