The Smiths Go on a Gorgeous Family Vacation!

It’s a group vacation to remember for the Smiths, and the famous family is letting their followers in on their holiday abroad!

“Vacation is On Now!!” Will Smith wrote on an Instagram video, that showed wife Jada Pinkett-Smith, daughter Willow, and son Trey hanging out on a boat in the ocean. Smith came through with the solid dad jokes by commenting, “Aww, you’re putting grease in Greece” as Willow put oil in Jada’s braids. Cue Willow’s eye roll!

As Will explains, Jaden had a show in Miami so he just showed up to join the crew. He exclaims, “Bam! When he shows up, he comes through.” He then pans the camera to reveal Jaden, who’s wearing pink hair and bright yellow shades.

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Vacation is On Now!!

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Jada shared her own documentation of the time-off on her own Instagram page. She wears a stunning white Grecian gown in one pic and poses with daughter Willow in another. “Dinner in Italy,” she captioned the mini photo album. She also appeared side-by-side with Trey in a cute photo.

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Dinner in Italy❤️✨

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The handsome one💕 @treysmith0011

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Jaden Smith just celebrated his 21st birthday on July 8, and he received plenty of birthday love from his entire fam. Will even posted video from his Malibu party, where he made a heartfelt speech honoring his son’s achievements and his bright future. The proud papa gushed, “I’m really proud of you, just the way that you've grown in the past few years is what parents hope for. You take it seriously to contribute to the human family. You just make us proud every single day.”


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