Will and Jada Wish Daughter Willow Smith Happy 21st Birthday

Their only daughter celebrated her birthday on Oct. 31.

Willow Smith is officially 21 and her parents Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith stopped by their respective Instagram accounts to wish their daughter a happy birthday.

Celebrating her born day on Halloween Sunday, Will shared a video of him reading an excerpt of his upcoming memoir to Willow about the story of her birth and how she arrived a few weeks earlier than her expected due date.

“This is the (nerve-racking) moment I read my book to @willowsmith for the first time and told the story of her birth 21 years ago,” Smith captioned the social media post. “Love you, Bean! Happy Bday!”

"Her beautiful emerald eyes trying to focus. She couldn't quite see me, but some part of me seemed to know i was hers," said Smith, 53. "She came out, I held her, I gazed in awe at her..."

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Jada shared additional sentiments about her only daughter with a video montage of Willow over the years.

“My baby ain't no baby no mo’! You are 21 Ms @willowsmith! Your dad INSISTED that he have a baby girl and I'm sooooo glad he did. You are one of the most resilient, courageous, brilliant, insightful, talented, beautiful humans I know,” she wrote. “I don't have the words to express the deep love I have for you or how happy I am to watch you spread your wings. BUT... I hope you can FEEL how much I love you and how much of a Divinely astounding blessing you are to me.”

This year has been a big one for Willow, the 21-year-old released her fourth solo studio album, Lately I Feel Everything and received her first Emmy win for Red Table Talk co-hosted by her mother and grandmother, Adrienne Banfield-Norris.

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