Actress Jada Pinkett Smith has reached a significant milestone in her life and was elated to have all her kids under one roof to mark the special occasion.
Sons Jaden and Trey Smith commemorated their mom, Jada Pinkett Smith's 50th birthday and made a surprise appearance during her "Red Table Talk" episode on Tuesday, September 21.
A 25-second clip from the Facebook series showed Jada conversing with her co-hosts, mom Adrienne Banfield-Norris and daughter Willow Smith, right before the boys made an entrance.
The “Girls Trip” star was reminiscing about old friendships when her mother blushed as she noticed her grandsons coming up to the table with Jada and Willow unaware.
The two brothers snuck up behind their mom and she let out a shocked scream as she first saw Jaden and then Trey. The “Life In A Year” actor wished his mom a happy birthday.
“Oh, ma, happy birthday,” he sweetly told her while leaning in for a hug. Trey, 28, also went in for the heartwarming embrace with their beautiful mom.
Jada and her movie star husband Will Smith share two children, Jaden, 23, and Willow, 20. 52-year-old Will shares son Trey with his former wife, Sheree Zampino.
Jada turned 50 on September 18 and celebrated her 1970s era-themed party with her family and close friends by having a Roller Rink night. She shared a video of herself to her Instagram Story as she danced while seated.
Later, the star posted another video on skates as she pointed the camera up to the moon above the outdoor rink. She captioned her post saying she got to skate with Mother Moon for the first time in her life.
Those in attendance for the occasion were reality star Tamar Braxton, rapper MC Lyte, Charlie Mack, and her spouse Will. A source told Page Six it was the happiest they had ever seen the couple.
The talk show host reportedly built the roller-skating rink on her LA property specifically for her birthday celebration. Guests were required to provide shoe and sock sizes, bring along light jackets, and no gifts.
Jada included roller skating trainers for those who were not rink regulars. An insider added those in attendance had a ball at the party, and the DJ played the best music from the 70s.
Guests were treated to soul food, sushi, vegan options, and wood-oven pizza. Desserts included retro candies, ice cream, a variety of doughnuts, a bar that served non-alcoholic beverages, and a strawberry shortcake serving as the birthday cake.