Tami Roman seems to be giving her daughters a run for their money, based on a recent Instagram post from Friday, April 24. The former reality star from “Basketball Wives” posted a photo that showed her standing in between her two daughters. Fans claimed the 50-year-old Roman’s youthful appearance made her look like their sibling instead of their mother.
The trio came color-coordinated for their mother-daughter photo shoot. Roman’s youngest daughter, 23-year-old Jazz Anderson, stood on the left side of Roman, and her oldest daughter, 25-year-old Lyric Anderson, posed on the right. The two young women wore green dresses with black stilettos, while Roman sported a black dress with a few green accessories. Roman, a former cast member on “The Real World,” revealed in her caption that she missed her children and implied that they were social distancing.
Roman’s fans claimed she looked identical to her girls. The television personality received a multitude of praises about her sprightly appearance.
“Wow! All three of you look so much alike. Beauty…🔥.”
A second fan said, “Amazing. Looking like Destiny’s Children💖❤️💖.”
“Looking young and beautiful 😍.”
A fifth user asked, “Which is the mom @tamiroman 😩😩❤️.”
“Damn y’all look like triplets not mother and daughters. Yessss Tami😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍 Beautiful.”
“They look just like you,” wrote a seventh.
“Looking like sisters ❤.”
Roman’s ex-husband, retired NBA player Kenny Anderson, is the father of Lyric and Jazz. “The Family Business” actress is now a wife again after secretly marrying former NFL prospect Reginald “Reggie” Youngblood in 2018.
Roman is 17 years older than Youngblood, but their age gap seems to be a small factor in their marriage. She explained on an episode of “BBW” that Youngblood does not have any children and they are working toward having a baby.
Recently, Roman opened up about her struggles to conceive naturally in an interview on “One on One with Keyshia Cole.” She shared that she suffered three miscarriages and stated that the couple is now considering surrogacy.