Diana Ross was surrounded by her kids and grandkids in a family photo wearing festive matching pajamas as they celebrated the Christmas holiday together.
According to People magazine, the 77-year-old legendary singer shared the photo on Monday of the holiday celebration on Twitter. She was joined by four of her children, Tracee Ellis Ross, Evan Ross, Chudney Ross, and Ross Naess, and several of her grandchildren as they all posed in matching pajamas by a Christmas tree.
“So so many blessings, sending Love to our Global family, do you best to stay safe I love you wonderful Christmas time,” Ross wrote in the caption of her tweet.
So so many blessings , sending Love to our Global family , do you best to stay safe I love you ❤️wonderful Christmas time pic.twitter.com/uamkHE2KMb
— Ms. Ross (@DianaRoss) December 27, 2021
Tracee, Evan, Chudney, and Ross all reposted the picture on their Instagram accounts. Tracee shared a series of photos, including one with sister Chudney wearing a reindeer headband and Tracee wearing a red bow in her hair, and another photo with her nieces with the caption “MERRY MERRY” on the post.
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“Ashlee Simpson Ross, who married Evan in 2014, later posted several photos of videos from the weekend featuring their children Ziggy and Jagger and her son Bronx — whom she shares with ex Pete Wentz, People magazine reported.
Ross’ eldest daughter Rhonda didn’t attend the family gathering, but she reposted the same photo on her Instagram, writing, “Happy Holidays, Family!”
Earlier this year, the musical icon released her first original album entitled Thank You, 15 years after 2006’s I Love You. The album features 13 songs she recorded from her home that “offers a powerful, inclusive musical message of love and togetherness,” according to a press release.
Ross co-wrote and collaborated on the album alongside various songwriters and producers, including Jack Antonoff, Troy Miller, Spike Stent, Tayla Parx, and Fred White.
“This collection of songs is my gift to you with appreciation and love. I am eternally grateful that I had the opportunity to record this glorious music at this time,” Diana said in the release. “I dedicate this songbook of love to all of you, the listeners. As you hear my voice, you hear my heart.”