April 09, 2020
Jada Pinkett Smith looks out the window of her home while in quarantine expecting an imaginary visitor to drop by in a new photo she shared.
Jada Pinkett Smith has joined the rest of the world in doing her part to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus and that means she’s been confined to her home for a few weeks now.
The isolation period has given Jada a much-needed breather from her busy schedule. Thus, she has a lot of solitary time on her hands these days.
Jada recently shared a photo of one of those solitary moments. She’s dressed in her sleepwear while looking out a window. Her flawless long legs are on full display as she reflects on the possibility of an imaginary friend showing up.
“If there is a quarantine fairy ...please come visit me,” the actress wrote to caption the pic.
The last time Jada was on the set of her show was with her husband, Will Smith when they discussed how to balance alone time and family time while in quarantine.
Jada has been opening up about her life in quarantine and the struggles that come with it. One of these struggles she shared involved her nails.
Sharing a clip of her painted nails, Jada asked for advice on how to remove her manicure without acetone. She revealed she never took that into account when she stocked up on the essentials before going on quarantine.
But Jada is also grateful for the time she has with her family while confined at home. She shared a clip while bonding with her mother Adrienne Banfield Jones and her daughter, Willow Smith.
The women of “Red Table Talk” gathered around a round table in their matching white robes for an outdoor chat. Jada used the clip to engage her Instagram followers into a conversation on what to ask family members in order to get to know them better while in quarantine.
The last time Jada was on the set of her show was with her husband, Will Smith when they discussed how to balance alone time and family time while in quarantine. Jada acknowledged that people deserve to have their two hours of alone time even when surrounded by family.
Meanwhile, Will admitted he felt responsible for the misinformation being spread about the Coronavirus due to his film, “I Am Legend.” In the film, his character tries to reverse the effects of a similar virus using his immune blood.
Regardless, Will and Jada are determined to know more about the pandemic that’s claiming thousands of lives across the globe. “We are trying to navigate all the information out there about COVID-19,” the talk show host said.