Will Smith was spotted alongside his wife Jada Pinkett Smith as she celebrated her 51st birthday on Sunday.
“I’m so thankful for all the birthday love yesterday,” the Red Table Talk beauty commented on a clip from the event. ‘Many Thanks.’
The show business family met friends for an outdoor celebration, where everyone sang “Happy Birthday” to Pinkett Smith, who donned a long red coat with a matching top and a black knit hat and fuchsia suede boots.
The 53-year-old Oscar winner wore a black long-sleeved top with patterned sleeves and dark blue jeans. He sported a beard as he sang to his wife at the celebration.
Also seen in the clip were the couple’s children, son Jaden, 24, and daughter Willow, 21.
Jada told those in attendance, “I’m just grateful, just deeply grateful,” to which Will added, “The ending… she’s grateful — supreme virtue.”
The birthday celebration was complete with a table full of goodies, including a cake adorned with candles and flower petals.
Smith is about six months away from his infamous Oscars incident on March 27, in which he slapped comedian Chris Rock, 57, after the comedian made a joke at the expense of Pinkett Smith.
Rock said, “Jada I love you GI Jane 2 can’t wait to see it,” nodding to the 1997 film that starred Demi Moore with his head shaved. (Pinkett Smith diagnosed alopecia, which causes hair loss.)
Smith then took to the stage and slapped Rock, then returned to his seat and yelled at him twice, “Keep my wife’s name out of your friggin’ mouth!” in front of a stunned audience.
Smith subsequently apologized multiple times for the incident and resigned from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences before being handed a 10-year ban from the Oscars.
Pinkett Smith spoke on her Facebook Watch series in June about how she hoped to move forward after the incident.
“About Oscar night: My deepest hope is that these two intelligent, capable men have an opportunity to heal, speak out, and make reconciliation,” she said. “In the state of the world today, we need them both, and we all need each other more than ever.
“Until then, Will and I will continue to do what we’ve been doing for the last 28 years — which is keep figuring out what it’s called living together.”
In an apology he released for the incident in July, Smith said his spouse had “nothing to do with” his attack on Rock.
“I made my own choice based on my own experiences and history with Chris,” he said. “I want to apologize to my children and family for the heat I’ve brought on all of us.”