The Back Story
'Sister, Sister' actress Tamera Mowry is married to Fox News correspondent Adam Housley. "Adam proposed to Tamera in Italy," the source tells E! News.
This wassn't the first engagement for either--in fact, they've been engaged to each other before. "They were engaged a few years ago, but broke it off," the source reveals. "They have been dating on and off for the past year and now he has put a ring on her finger once again."
Apparently, Mowry's family, including twin sister and 'Sister, Sister' co-star, Tia Mowry, isn't a big fan of the news guy. "Her family is not crazy about him. Tia and Adam don't always get along, but the couple are happy together and giving it another try," the source said.
In a wedding planned by wedding planner extrodanaire, Wendy Weiss, the Sister, Sister star, 32, and Housley, 39, tied the knot at an inn and vineyard surrounded by 300 guests. Mowry wore a wedding gown by Carolina Herrera as she exchanged traditional vows with her man.â€¨â€¨
Acording to PEOPLE magazine, Mowry said,"I've always wanted an outdoor wedding with lots of flowers. I feel so lucky to have this beautiful day marrying my best friend."
Luckily, Mowry had pregnant twin Tia to help.
"I'm picking out flowers and helping making sure the place is how she wants it and that kind of stuff," Tia says. "She's had her little bridezilla moments, but she's been pretty cool."
And, even in the midst of booking locations – "everything needs to be by a beach," Tia said – and choosing centerpieces, Tamera was most excited about spending the rest of her life with Housley, who is an on-air reporter for Fox News Channel.
Among the bride's eight bridesmaids were maid of honor Andrea Regalado and Tamaera's twin sister and matron of honor Tia Mowry.
Adam and his eight groomsmen, including brother and best man Arik, wore tuxedos and Converse sneakers.â€¨â€¨
"I feel so blessed to be marrying such an amazing man," says Mowry. Adds Housley: "Tamera is beautiful inside out."
This gown by Caroline Herrera is breathtakingly simple. I love the understatedness of it. The thousands of pink rose petals must make that tent smell like heaven.