Will Smith was seen next to his wife Jada Pinkett Smith when she turned 51 on Sunday.
“I’m so thankful for the birthday love yesterday,” the Red Table Talk beauty captioned the clip of the event. ‘Thank you.’
The showbiz family gathered with pals for the outdoor celebration, which saw everyone singing ‘Happy Birthday’ to Pinkett Smith, who wore a long red coat with a matching top, a black knit cap and fuchsia suede boots.
And more: Will Smith, 53, was spotted next to his wife Jada Pinkett Smith as she celebrated her 51st birthday on Sunday. It’s been about six months since the actor’s infamous slap to Chris Rock at the Oscars that made international headlines
The 53-year-old Oscar winner wore a long-sleeved black top with patterned arms and navy blue jeans. He flaunted his beard when he sang to his wife at the party.
The couple’s children, son Jaden, 24, and daughter Willow, 21, were also visible in the clip.
Jada told the audience: “I’m just grateful, just deeply grateful,” to which Will added: “The end … she’s grateful is the ultimate virtue.”
The birthday party ended with a table full of treats, including a cake decorated with candles and petals.
Pinkett Smith said she was “so grateful for the birthday love yesterday”
Pinkett Smith wore a long red coat with a matching top, a black knit hat and fuchsia suede boots
The birthday party ended with a table full of treats, including a cake decorated with candles
Smith has been suspended for about six months since the infamous incident at the Oscars on March 27, in which he punched comedian Chris Rock, 57, after he made a joke about Pinkett Smith.
Rock said, “Jada, I love you, GI Jane 2, can’t wait to see it,” referring to the 1997 film in which Demi Moore was shaved. (Pinkett Smith was diagnosed with alopecia areata, which causes hair loss.)
Smith then came on stage and slapped Rock, then returned to his seat and yelled at him twice, “Keep my wife’s name out of your goddamn mouths!” to a stunned audience.
Smith later apologized several times for the incident and resigned from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences before being banned from the Academy Awards for 10 years.
At the Academy Awards on March 27, Smith took the stage and slapped Rock, then returned to his seat and yelled at him during the event.
Pinkett Smith opened up about how she hopes to move on from the incident in her Facebook Watch series in June.
“On Oscar night, I really hope that these two smart, capable people have a chance to heal and talk it out and make up,” she said. “In the state of the world today, we need both of them, and we all actually need each other more than ever.
“Until then, Will and I will continue to do what we’ve been doing for the past 28 years, which is continue to figure out this thing called life together.”
In July, he apologized for the incident and said his wife “had nothing to do with” his attack on Rock.
“I made the choice on my own, based on my own experience, on my history with Chris,” he said. “I want to spare my children and my family for the heat I have put on all of us.”