Will Smith’s children are ridiculed for boasting they can control time

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One of Hollywood’s most powerful partnerships, the Men In Black star Will Smith and his actress wife Jada Pinkett Smith, are also considered one of the most preposterously kooky.

Willow, Jaden, Will and Jada Pinkett Smith pictured at the All Political Prisoners' film premiere
Willow, Jaden, Will and Jada Pinkett Smith pictured at the All Political Prisoners’ film premiere

But this week it emerged that another Hollywood pair may be even more self-inflated, pretentious and just downright strange — their teenage children.
Perhaps it shouldn’t be that surprising. Jaden, 16, and Willow, 14, are home-schooled, which has ensured maximum exposure to their parents.
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Jaden, 16, and Willow, 14, are home-schooled, which has ensured maximum exposure to their parents
Jaden, 16, and Willow, 14, are home-schooled, which has ensured maximum exposure to their parents
Both are singers with new albums - Willow’s debut single went platinum when she was only 12, while Jaden has starred in a string of films, including a remake of The Karate Kid, and also has his own clothing range
Both are singers with new albums – Willow’s debut single went platinum when she was only 12, while Jaden has starred in a string of films, including a remake of The Karate Kid, and also has his own clothing range
They went on to pontificate about quantum physics, why they prefer to write novels than read them, and their ability to manipulate time itself
They went on to pontificate about quantum physics, why they prefer to write novels than read them, and their ability to manipulate time itself
Jaden said he would ‘imprint myself on everything in this world’, while Willow said there were no novels she wanted to read, so ‘I write my own novels and then I read them again, and it’s the best thing’
Jaden said he would ‘imprint myself on everything in this world’, while Willow said there were no novels she wanted to read, so ‘I write my own novels and then I read them again, and it’s the best thing’

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