Actor Will Smith and two of his children attended Nickelodeons’ 2008 Kids Choice Awards on March 29th. Will’s son Jaden Christopher Syre Smith, born July 8,1998, and daughter Willow Camille Reign Smith ,born October 31st,2000 will soon be starring in a film titled “Amulet.” READ MORE.CLICK HERE
Such a cute picture. So glad BCK saves them all.
nice family i love jaden he is so beautyful i love willow hair and eyes i think there nice and i dont think that jaden needs a hair cut i think its beautyful like that
Did Jada like pin her eyes on Willow or somethin?
OMG they are so cute and thier hair <333 but where’s Willard (Trey)?
cute family. jaden needs a haircut
awww Willow’s eyes! there so pretty
im not feelin willow’s hair…but GOD knows that those are some beautiful children =]
will and jada are like the perfect couple so you know there kids would be just perfect too what a beautiful family. you are blessed dont forget where you came from remember who gave you what you have and rember that he can take it away too (God). stay strong and dont get sucked up in the new celeberity trends with Opra and Tom you know better you grew up in the church. befor you made it big you know who you were praying to (God) he is the one that got you to where you are, gave you your family and beautiful wife. so you keep on praying and teaching your children too.
awww they all look soo good, love willow and jaden’s hair…man i love this family…they are best in hollywood soo far and i love them all
Beautiful children indeed….Ummm did ya’ll see Willow’s eyes??? Now you know for damn sureee thats Jadas lil one.
Jaden looks like Corbin Bleu.
He has some very cute kids.
I love Willow’s hair and Jaden looks so cute!
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