Diana Ross Celebrates Tracee Ellis Ross & Her Emmy Nom in a Way Only a Mom Can

Diana Ross and Tracy Ellis Ross

Oftentimes when we're growing up, we can't wait to become adults -- but even as you finally feel like one, your parents won't quite see it that way. First, they'll tell you it's because being 18 simply doesn't make you an adult. Fair enough. But then eventually you come to realize that it's just as they told you when you were younger: You'll always be their baby. No age will ever be old enough to make them feel differently, especially when you've achieved something monumental and their pride is off the charts. Just ask Diana Ross, who took out a full-page ad in The Hollywood Reporter for her daughter Tracee Ellis Ross.

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The adorable mom-and-daughter duo took to Twitter to show off the ad that Diana took out for Tracee, who was recently nominated for an Emmy award for her lead role in the family comedy Black-ish. The ad read, "Congratulations to my daughter Tracee Ellis Ross on her nomination for Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for her work on Black-ish. So proud of you. Love, Mom & all of the Ross family."

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Tracee returned some love via Twitter by also tweeting a pic of the ad and commenting on how cute it was of her mom and family. It just further reminded us that no matter how old you get, age doesn't change the heart of the mother-daughter relationship. A mother's love (and pride) is unconditional and, with that said, you can count on it -- along with sappy sentiments like full-page congratulatory ads no matter what age you happen to be.

Long after dance recitals and Girl Scout cookies, Mom will always be there to support your dreams, celebrate your accomplishments, and encourage resilence after life has dealt you a few low moments. 

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Mom will always be Mom -- whether she's a stay-at-home mom, a nurse, or a musical legend like Diana Ross. And so even in the scary world of adulting, that's the one constant we've got going for us.

 

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