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Tamera Mowry reveals faith-based origin of daughter's name

BABY JOY: Tamera Mowry-Housely carrying her second child

AFTER GIVING birth to a 10 pound baby girl in July, The Real talk show co-host Tamera Mowry-Housely has revealed the faith-based origin of her name.

The former Sister Sister star and her Fox News correspondent husband Adam Housley welcomed their baby daughter, Ariah, this summer.

Ariah Talea Housley was born on July 1 with a weight of 10 pounds, two ounces. She joins two-year-old son, Aden, as a member of the family.

The couple first spoke to People about how blessed they felt to welcome their second healthy child into the word.

"We are beyond overjoyed and blessed with our beautiful baby girl. Aden already made a welcome video for her," the Housleys said.

After naming their daughter, the Christian couple realised they had given her a faith-based name.

"It wasn't until after we had decided on Ariah Talea Housley that Adam and I learned the origin and meaning of both names — they couldn't be more appropriate for a family like ours whose faith is so very strong," Mowry-Housley wrote on her website.

"Both Hebrew names, Ariah means Lion of God and Talea means one who resembles the morning dew of Heaven. We couldn't have found names with a better meaning if we had tried."

Now that they have two children, the actress said she officially feels like a family.

"It's cool to come out as a family because we are family people," Mowry-Housely told People. "We run four deep now; when you have four, there's no doubt about it, you are a family."

The new mother-of-two posted a picture to her Instagram account and showed off her daughter for the first time last week.

"You all are so amazing for your kind words regarding Ariah! Expect to see so much more of her ahead," she captioned the photo.

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