Musical legend Diana Ross' kids and grandkids are all smiles in this epic family photo
It's always good to see music legends enjoying their moments of glory along with their loving families. Diana Ross was honored at last year’s "American Music Awards," and she took the occasion to pose with her big family, including her children and her grandchildren.
The "American Music Awards," hosted by "Black-ish" star Tracee Ellis Ross, honored the actress' iconic mom, Diana Ross, for her accomplishments in the entertainment industry throughout her career which spans almost six decades.
The 74-year-old took the chance to pose with her loving family, including most of her kids and her grandkids. They all looked fabulous and very glamorous while sharing the big moment with their matriarch.
Diana Ross rose to fame in the ‘60s as one of the singers of the all-female Motown Group known as The Supremes. The group is the most successful act in the history of Motown and is also one of the best-selling girl groups in the history of R&B music.
Before receiving her latest honor, Diana Ross had won numerous other awards, including a Golden Globe Award, an Academy Award nomination and a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction.
She has also sold over 100 million records throughout her career.
The legend has a huge family - she has five children that have been very successful in their fields.
Rhonda Ross, her eldest daughter and the only from her relationship to Motown CEO Berry Gordy, is a singer, songwriter, and mother of one, son Raif-Henok.
Diana has two daughters from her marriage to music executive Robert Ellis Silberstein, Tracee Ellis, a known actress, comedian and director, and Chudney Lane, who's an author and mother-of-one, to daughter Callaway Lane.
From her second marriage to shipping magnate Arne Næss Jr., Diana gave birth to two sons, Ross Arne and Evan Olav.
The eldest is a film producer and father of two kids, sons Leif and Indigo. Evan, on the other hand, is married to singer Ashlee Simpson and they have a daughter, Jagger Snow.
The Ross family keeps on growing with time, and Diana couldn't be prouder of all her kids and grandkids.