You can’t deny that actress Tracee Ellis Ross comes from good genes. Her mom is the beautiful and graceful Diana Ross. Her aunt is an award-winning doctor. Her family is beautiful, period. But even with all of that, as she grew up, Tracee didn’t like to look at herself in the mirror.
There was one particular part of her body she hated, but now has a greater appreciation for — her butt.
Black-ish‘s Tracee Ellis Ross says that her body image has completely changed as she’s grown older, especially when it comes to her posterior.
“I love my butt in a way I didn’t growing up,” the Golden Globe winner, 44, tells Health for their April cover. “I really didn’t like it growing up. It was so much bigger than everyone else’s, and I wanted jeans to look the way they did on everyone else, and mine didn’t.”
“I’ve been — to a certain extent — at odds with my body for many years, wanting it to be something other than it was, wanting myself to be something other than I was.”
Back in 2015, Ross said that, “One minute we’re supposed to be flat-chested, the next we’re supposed to have big butts.