August 01, 2018

Diana Ross' granddaughter is all smiles in new photo, celebrating 3th birthday with her parents

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Evan Ross, one of the children of the legendary singer Diana Ross, took to Instagram to share how he and his family celebrated his daughter’s 3rd birthday.

The photo, uploaded on July 30, portrayed Evan wearing a black shirt while taking a selfie. Behind him, his daughter Jagger Snow was shown wearing a colorful outfit while sitting in front of a table with a baby bottle on it.

Next to Jagger, her mother and Evan’s wife Ashlee Simpson was also posing for the camera. The post set clear that the family of three had lunch to celebrate Jagger’s birthday.

As soon as the actor and musician uploaded that image, his fans and followers took to the comment section to share their thoughts.

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One of them was Instagram user @feeber_b, who pointed out that the couple needed to have more children together. User Daniel Londono chimed in and said that Jagger was ‘so big and adorable.’

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That picture was uploaded a couple of days after actress and model Tracee Ellis Ross, best known as Dr. Rainbow in Black-ish, took to Instagram to share a video portraying several members of her family dancing.

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The recording started showing Tracee, Diana’s daughter, trying to do the floss dance move. However, it seemed to be difficult as she couldn’t do it properly, so all she did was laughing at the camera and jumping.

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Evan was later portrayed in the video and he was doing some of the signature moves of the King of Pop Michael Jackson. Other members of the Ross family, including Rhonda and Chudney Ross, Ashlee Simpson, Kimberly Ryan Naess, and the children of most of them were displayed showing off their moves.

At the moment, Evan is focused on HeadShop and Skate God, wherein he will portray Rodney and Cypha respectively. The former film is expected to be released later this year, while the latter will hit the theaters in 2019.

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