Tamera Mowry-Housley Opens Up About Post-Baby Sex and Getting That Body Back

The actress had to learn how to dress her curves after her pregnancy.

Posted: 08/13/2013 02:45 PM EDT
Tamera Mowry-Housley

We love that Tamera Mowry-Housley is so open about her life. Recently The Real talk show co-host admitted that she didn't lose her virginity until she was 29 and in the September issue of Juicy magazine, she talks about post-baby sex, learning how to dress her new body, and finding her voice as a new mother.

"When you become a mom, you're an advocate for your family. Now I tell it like it is," she said. "This season on Tia & Tamera I tell my sister how I feel about a huge issue. We were in talks to do an ABC Family show and she went off to do her own thing — without telling anybody. Normally I wouldn't confront her. Luckily [Tia] likes the new Tamera."

Meanwhile, the inseparable twins will continue to work together, including an expansion to their brand, Milky!, adding a moisturizing cream that helps reduce the appearance of stretch marks. And speaking of the unsightly lines, Mowry-Housley talked about learning to love her body after her pregnancy.

"It's a struggle. You have to learn to say bye-bye to your old body," she said. "Stretch marks here and there. Your boobs may not be as perky. I had to learn how to dress my new self. I didn't know that I couldn't wear dresses that hit you in the middle. You have to wear [something] low waisted or a belt. I've got my legs, love my arms, but my tummy is still what I've got to work on."

The actress has confidence and style for days, but it also helps to have a husband who makes her feel gorgeous no matter how she looks and it sounds like she's found that in Adam Housley.

"I'll just say that I love my sex life. My husband makes me feel hot. In the beginning, he looked at my body and stretch marks and said, 'You just had our son, you're beautiful.'"


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