Tracee Ellis Ross is no stranger to blessing our timelines with her enviable figure. This time, the 47-year-old actress and entrepreneur poured her curves into a pink bikini as she celebrates the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday.
Ross has a lot to be grateful for, and her over-seven-million Instagram followers are already familiar with one of the blessings on her list.
The indisputable queen of selfies recently took to the platform again with a slideshow of bikini photos. Ross's barely-there pink bikini put her chiseled abs and enviable frame on full display.
"I had to become my own best professional, my own hair expert, because the industry does not support us."
In one picture, the "Black-Ish" star leaned on metal railings while appearing to squint in the sun. She also rocked a pink headwrap, contrasting perfectly with her white manicure and pedicure.
"Mac n Cheese, Greens and Hot Water Cornbread!!! Happy almost Thanksgiving!" Ross captioned the post.
Ross's latest set of selfies come nearly one month after she executed a thirst trap move that would drive many 20-year-olds to envy for her 47th birthday.
"No filter, no retouch 47-year-old thirst trap! Boom!" she wrote alongside a string of bikini shots taken in a pool.
Anyone who follows Ross on Instagram will agree that her physique is not the result of wishful thinking or just good genes. Now and then, the actress is known to post videos of her intensive workouts.
In 2017, Ross told Health that she works out at least three days a week. Those sessions, coordinated by a trainer, include deadlifts, squats, and lunges while the Hollywood star cultivates other healthy habits.
Eating healthy, moisturizing, minimizing alcohol intake, drinking water, and getting acupuncture and facials, are reportedly some of Ross's other secrets. Besides fitness, the daughter of the legendary Diana Ross has also made a name for herself in the fashion and hair care industries.
In October, it was announced that Ross would host this year's Fashion Awards set to take place on December 2 at the Royal Albert Hall in London. The "Girlfriends" alum also recently launched Pattern Beauty, her hair care line for people of color.
Ross opened up to Forbes about how her personal experience inspired the creation of Pattern Beauty:
"Like most black women and most people with curly, coily and tight textured hair, I had to become my own best professional, my own hair expert, because the industry does not support us. In our own bathrooms, we’ve had to cocktail products and figure it out for ourselves."
According to the publication, Ross's haircare line recorded an impressive debut following a successful launch, and the actress has announced there are still more products to be released.
A fabulous body, career opportunities, and a growing business. What's not to be thankful for?
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