Tracee Ellis Ross, 48, shows off her toned legs in polka-dot tights: 'Patiently waiting for Scorpio season'

 Tracee Ellis Ross attends the Marie Claire's Image Makers Awards
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Tracee Ellis Ross is getting ready to celebrate another year around the sun.

On Thursday, the 48-year-old “Black-ish” star posted a series of photos showcasing her slender limbs, while "patiently waiting for Scorpio season.”

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“And by Scorpio season I mean my birthday,” the actress clarified in the caption. “OCTOBER 29th …mark your calendars. Ok bye."

In the slideshow, Ross rocked a business blazer with polka dot tights and black bootie heels. She accessorized her look with oversized gold earrings and dark winged black eyeliner.

See Tracee Ellis Ross' photo series on Instagram HERE

The first snap showed the "Girlfriends" alum looking a little antsy as she waits for her special day. The second photo found the star slouching in a chair with her head hung back. In the third, she moved from the chair down to the floor.

Ross won't have to wait much longer to party as she'll turn 49 in In less than two weeks.

In May, ABC renewed “Black-ish” for its eighth and final season. The series will end its run in 2022. Following the news of the show winding down, Ross took to Instagram to share her thoughts about her time on the series.

“It’s hard to imagine that it’s been 7 years and that this will be our 8th and our final season of @blackishabc. The joy and pride in what we have made is immeasurable,” she wrote. “Thank you for laughing, crying and growing with the Johnsons! Thank you to the #blackish family; our cast, writers and crew, what a journey it’s been with all of you. My love for you runs deep!”

Premiering in 2014, “Black-ish” centers around a young Black family living in a predominantly white, upper-class neighborhood.

In addition to Ross, the sitcom stars Anthony Anderson, Jenifer Lewis, Yara Shahidi, Marcus Scribner, Miles Brown, Marsai Martin, and Laurence Fishburne.

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