Diana Ross' Son Evan Has Fans Feeling Nostalgic with a Black & White Throwback Pic with His Mom

Kagweni Micheni
Aug 26, 2020
01:30 P.M.
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Diana Ross's son Evan is throwing it back with a beautiful black and white picture showing him with his mother. Check it out now. 


Diana Ross' son Evan is serving up a little nostalgia after sharing a stunning photo of himself and his mother. 

The black and white throwback showed a younger Ross and her son.  Fans loved the picture and many left heart emojis in the comment section. 


In addition to Evans, the singer also has four other children, son Ross Naess, and daughters Rhonda Ross Kendrick, Chudney Ross, and actress Tracee Ellis Ross. 

Recently, Evans, who is married to Ashlee Simpson, announced that they were expecting their third child when he shared a post saying:

"The fam is growing. Ash and I can't wait to welcome the newest addition. "


The couple has been married since 2014 and their family includes daughter Jagger Snow, 4, and Simpson's son, Bronx, with her ex-husband Pete Wentz. 

In 2018, the pair opened up about the blending of two prominent celebrity families as they promoted their reality show "Ashlee and Evan."

Their new addition will be joining an impressive family, including an aunt that won a Golden Globe Award.


The couple revealed that their daughter Jagger shared her grandmother's fondness for costumes and performing, calling her a superstar. 

Evans said that they enjoyed spending time with their family members, although they usually don't perform for each other. He said:

"Everybody's just so fun. I think it's interesting, 'cause there is a lot of talented [people] musically and artist-wise in our family, [but] you don't feel that when you're with them."

Ashlee Simpson, Evan Ross, Diana Ross, and Tracee Ellis Ross attend the 2019 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on February 24, 2019 in Beverly Hills, California.|Photo: Getty Images


Evan's new addition will be joining an impressive family, including an aunt that won a Golden Globe Award for her role in the sitcom "Black-ish."

Tracee Ellis Ross, who first got her start as a fashion editor before moving to act, revealed that Kenya Barris had written the role of Rainbow Johnson with her in mind.

The affection between the family was evident when the entire Ross clan attended the 2017 American Music Awards to see their matriarch receive a Lifetime Achievement Award.

The star was joined by all of her children and grandchildren, as well as her lifelong friend Smokey Robinson and her ex, Berry Gordy.