Will Smith’s kids “feel bad for their dad” and wish some of their family’s private life “remained private”
Jada Pinkett Smith is currently promoting her new memoir, Worthy, (Jada Pinkett announces memoir to address assumptions and falsehood about her ) and has revealed a lot of information about her and Will Smith's marriage (namely that they've been separated for six years).
And apparently, their kids wish Will had a little more privacy.
According to a source who spoke to Entertainment Tonight, Willow Smith and Jaden Smith "feel bad for their dad with all the recent headlines about their parents." They—along with Will's son Trey Smith—also "know he has been going through a lot lately and this isn't helping" and "wish some of their family's private matters remained private."
As for how Will is doing amid this news cycle, he's "trying to stay busy and has been hanging out with his good friends and his kids. He's trying not to let any outside noise impact him. Will loves Jada and feels like he has always had her back and always will (Jada Pinkett Smith reveals she and Will Smith have been separated since 2016). He has been trying to be supportive, while also taking care of himself.
On top of posting the above on Instagram ^ Will sent a letter he wrote Jada to Jay Shetty's podcast, which reads in part: "You are one of one, a rare blend of power and delicate sensitivity. I know it wasn't easy to excavate the depths in that way. I applaud and honor you. If I had read this book 30 years ago, I definitely would have hugged you more. I'll start now. Welcome to the Authors Club. I love you endlessly. Now go get some Merlot and take a rest."