Will Smith and the rest of his family are currently in self-isolation due to the growing threat of Coronavirus, but he reveals his daughter refuses to practice social distancing when it comes to getting hugs from her dad.
While Will and Jada Pinkett-Smith already discussed the current Coronavirus pandemic with their children on an episode of "Red Table Talk," it seems Willow is having a difficult time distancing herself from her dad.
The newest episode of "Red Table Talk" discusses the anxiety people have over the Coronavirus pandemic.
Will and Jada Pinkett-Smith at the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscars Party | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
On a new Instagram picture posted by Will, he reveals that "these kids are refusing to follow social distancing protocols," as Willow hugs him from behind. Despite their hug, the Smiths are keeping themselves at home to do their part in curbing the spread of the highly-contagious virus.
Just last week, Jada Pinkett-Smith called an emergency session with her family on her famous Facebook show. The newest episode of "Red Table Talk" discusses the anxiety people have over the Coronavirus pandemic.
As the pandemic is something that majority of people have not experienced in their lifetime, it is something that brings about great stress - not just the stress of possibly being infected, but the stress of keeping their family healthy, having enough supplies at home, and even about their jobs and money. On "Red Table Talk," they discussed it by saying:
"People are literally waking up in the middle of the night and having panic attacks, and it's not just about the virus - it's about jobs, and money, and future, and family."
"I Am Legend" star, Will Smith, spent a lot of time with the CDC prior to filming the movie, where he learned that the important thing to do at a time like this is to prevent health care collapse. This can be done by having people comply with the self-isolation policies in place.
By practicing social distancing, the possibility of spreading the virus is lessened and health care systems will be able to manage the number of cases brought in.