One of Jada and Will Smith's Kids Was 'Super Excited' About the Tell-All Book

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Jada Pinkett Smith has been shocking the world with her bombshell revelations about her life and relationship with husband Will Smith over the past couple of weeks, but it turns out, that one of her children, in particular, was apparently supportive of her tell-all memoir, Worthy.

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The book, officially released Oct. 17, dives into the Set It Off star's youth, childhood, and young adulthood into her blossoming career life and, of course, her marriage.

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In an in-depth interview with InStyle, she was asked about her kids' perspective on it all, and if they had read the book—which opened the door to intense public scrutiny on the inner details of their family dynamic. Several reports came out earlier this week that they were allegedly "unhappy" and "feel bad for their dad with all the recent headlines about their parents," and further, "wish some of their family’s private matters remained private.”

"Willow has read [it], she's an avid reader," Jada told the publication of her and Will's 22-year-old daughter. "She read a huge part of my book before it was even edited, so she loved it. She couldn't wait. She's like, 'Mom, I'm taking this copy. I got to finish my read.' She was super excited about it."

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As for the couple's sons Jaden and Trey—whom The Pursuit of Happyness star welcomed with ex-wife Sheree Zampino—well, "they'll read it eventually."

"The boys, I just told them what was in it," Pinkett Smith noted. She did, however, get their permission on the topics discussed, adding, "What I did was tell them what's in the book; what stories I was going to tell about them, specifically, and [ask] if they were okay with that."

Worthy is available now.

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