Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith go on their first public outing since Slap – Hollywood Life



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will Smithand 53 and Jada Pinkett SmithThe 50-year-old looked happy and relaxed together during their first public outing since then slap Chris Rock At the 2022 Academy Awards earlier this year. The actor and actress were photographed walking close to each other outside on August 13, dressed casually on a lunch date at Nobu Restaurant in Malibu, California. He would flash a smile and a sign of peace to the cameras and onlookers at some point while his wife followed closely behind him while holding his shirt.

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Will Smith salutes the camera as his wife Jada walks after him during their last outing together. (mega)

He wore a navy blue short-sleeved shirt with a collar, matching navy blue pants, white sneakers, and a baseball cap while Jada wore a black button-down shirt with a red, white, and blue plaid shirt tied around her waist, black pants and black and white sneakers. She also wore sunglasses and earrings. They both seemed satisfied and unfazed by their attention during the sunny afternoon.

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Another picture of Will and Jada on a walk. (mega)

Will and Jada’s outing comes just a few weeks after Will made headlines to break a long silence and speak publicly about the slap, which occurred after Chris made a joke about Jada’s shaved head, in Youtube video. He apologized to Chris and his family, in the clip, and answered some of the most frequently asked questions about the accident, which he called a “mistake.” He also admitted that he was working on learning and healing from her the whole situation.

“[I] He’s spent the past three months replaying and understanding the nuances and intricacies of what happened in that moment. “I’m not going to try to unpack it all now,” Will said in the video. “But I can tell you all, no part of me thinks this was the right way to act in that moment. No part of me thinks this is the best way to deal with feeling disrespected or insulted.”

“Disappointing people is my central trauma,” he further explained. “I hate when I let people down. It hurts me psychologically and emotionally when I know I haven’t lived up to people’s image and impressions of me. I deeply regret and try to be remorseful without being ashamed of myself. I am human. And I made a mistake. I try not to think of myself as A piece of this kind.”

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