THREE GENERATIONS OF PERFECTION: Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow Smith & Adrienne Banfield-Norris Talk Dating & More For Harper's Bazaar's 1st Digital Cover



The Smiths are changing the talk show game and folks are taking notice. Go inside to see three generations of fab from Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow Smith and Adrienne Banfield-Norris on the cover of Harper's Bazaar's first ever digital cover....

Three generations of fabulousness, wisdom, and mother-daughter goals.
Jada Pinkett Smith, her daughter Willow Smith and her mother Adrienne Banfield-Norris are totally changing the talk show game with their hit Facebook Watch series, "Red Table Talk." Nothing is off limits as the three generations sit around a red table and talk about issues that we all can relate to such as sex, relationships, marriage, divorce , politics, mental health drug abuse, and more.

The talk show hosts spread some #BlackGirlMagic on Harper's Bazaar's first digital cover and we STAN. All three ladies are breathtakingly gorgeous on the cover and spread for the first-ever digital cover.
With their "Red Table Talk" show, the ladies are determined to help and empower women by opening up about their own life struggles, sharing skeletons that they've kept hidden away in their closets in hopes of helping someone else who may be going through or have gone through the same thing.

“Whether it's empowering people to have the lives they want, or empowering people to protect the environment, we’re ensuring people have a voice," Jada said.



All three ladies open up in a behind-the-scenes video during the shoot where they talk about dating, sex norms and how things have changed over the years.

"My mother wanted us to be totally well-rounded," Adrienne explained in the clip. "We were dancing, we were taking ceramics. I just raised Jada the way I was raised, so I kept her in classes and her time was always consumed."


Jada talked about how social media plays into our lives.

"It's just yet another component that you just have to figure out how you're going to relate to it," Jada shared.

Back in Jada's day, it was totally different when it came to "hooking up."

"You kinda went out with one guy and then you didn't go out with that guy unless you wanted to kick it with them for a long time," Jada explained. "My generation, you lost your virginity to your boyfriend or to your girlfriend. These days? You have young people that are like, 'Look, I just wanna find a nice person.' I'm like, 'A nice person? That's it?'"



"When I was in high school, my last year of high school, I was pregnant and married," Adrienne said. "So my focus was a little bit different than everybody else's."


In Willow's eyes, a "revolution" is happening on the dating scene, despite how folks may feel about social media interferring with real-life human connections.

"I would say that most of my friends do have boyfriends," Willow said. "There's a revolution in relating that's happening."



The 18-year-old entertainer went on to say she doesn't like labels and doesn't agree with them.

"I feel like, in order to evolve as human beings, we need to evolve the way we relate to each other," Willow shared.

Peep the clip below:

Photos: Mariano Vivanco via Harper's Bazaar