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Will Smith Spotted In First Public Outing With Jada Pinkett Smith Since Oscar’s Slap

Will Smith smiled at spectators as he exited a restaurant with his wife Jada Pinkett Smith following closely behind after enjoying their lunch.

In their first public appearance since Will Smith, 53, slapped Chris Rock at the 2022 Academy Awards earlier this year, Jada Pinkett Smith, 50, and Will Smith, 53, were happy with one another. On August 13, as they wore casual attire for a lunch date at Nobu restaurant in Malibu, California, the actor and actress were seen walking closely together outside.

Will’s wife held on to his shirt and trailed closely behind him as he made a grin and peace sign gesture to photographers and spectators. While Jada was sporting a black button-down top with a red, white, and blue checkered shirt knotted around her waist, black jeans, and black and white sneakers, Will was wearing a short-sleeved navy blue top with a collar, matching navy blue pants, white sneakers, and a baseball cap.

She additionally wore hoop earrings and sunglasses. The focus on them over the beautiful afternoon appeared to make neither of them feels uncomfortable or unhappy. Will made headlines a few weeks ago for speaking out about the slap that occurred after Chris made a joke about Jada’s shaved head in a YouTube video, breaking a long silence. In the video, he expressed his regret to Chris and his family and addressed some of the most frequent inquiries on the occurrence, which he described as a “mistake.” He said that he has been attempting to grow and recover from the entire experience.

“[I] spent the last three months replaying and understanding the nuances and the complexities of what happened at that moment. And I’m not going to try to unpack all of that right now,” Will said in the video. He continued, “But I can say to all of you, there is no part of me that thinks that was the right way to behave at that moment. There is no part of me that thinks that’s the optimal way to handle a feeling of disrespect or insults.”

“Disappointing people is my central trauma,” Smith further added. “I hate when I let people down. It hurts me psychologically and emotionally to know I didn’t live up to people’s image and impression of me. I am deeply remorseful and I’m trying to be remorseful without being ashamed of myself. I’m human. And I made a mistake. And I’m trying not to think of myself as a piece of s**t.”

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