Tia Mowry, Cory Hardrict Don’t Have Plans for Baby No. 3: ‘Hell No’

Tia Mowry and her Husband Cory Hardrict Don’t Have Plans for Baby No. 3: ‘Hell No’
Cory Hardrict (L) and Tia Mowry arrive at Sony Crackle's "The Oath" Season 2 exclusive screening event at Paloma on February 20, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. Amanda Edwards/Getty Images

Feeling complete! Tia Mowry and her husband, Cory Hardrict, have two children together — and the Sister, Sister alum isn’t interested in having any more.

“No! Hell no!” the Family Reunion actress, 40, said when asked whether she wanted to expand her family on Friday, March 22, at The Broad Presents the West Coast debut of Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power 1963-1983 opening event. “No! I am done! Done, done, done! For real.”

For now, the former reality star and Hardrict, 39, are enjoying their time with Cree , 7, and Cairo , 10 months, who is now crawling and able to stand.

When it comes to hanging with her little ones, Mowry’s favorite thing is “cuddling in bed … and watching TV,” she said. “I don’t get to do that too much when I’m working and I work a lot. To just be able to spend time with my children and hug up on them and love on them, squeeze them and my husband is right there and we’re together. Simple things are the best for me.”

Tia Mowry and her Husband Cory Hardrict Don’t Have Plans for Baby No. 3: ‘Hell No’

She added: “I just feel very blessed to have my son and daughter and, you know, to have my family that I have. My sister, when [our] kids are together we just have so much fun. Family is really important to us. To be able to spend time together as a family with the kids, it’s really beautiful. I’m grateful. It’s everything.”

The Whole New You author’s twin, Tamera Mowry , shares Aden, 6, and Ariah, 3, with her husband, Adam Housley.

The Real cohost, also 40, feels like her family of four is complete, as well. “Usually, this is the time when you think about having another child, but I’m done,” Tamera told Us Weekly in April 2018. “Done, done, done, done … done, done. I love it. Usually like, ‘Aww, how sweet! OMG!’ Now, I’m like, ‘Oh, God, girl. It’s all you. All you, honey. Do you need any help? You need any help? I’ll help you out.’”

With reporting by Amanda Champagne