Willow Smith has a special reminder for fans!
The 21-year-old entertainer, who has previously opened up about her mental health struggles, reassured those battling insecurities that they were all stronger than their fears.
Willow Smith Penns Emotional Message To Fans Alongside A Stunning Video
At a young age, Willow achieved worldwide recognition because of her famous parents and remarkable abilities as a singer. However, being a celebrity did not mean a life without problems.
On Tuesday, July 26, the “Meet Me At Our Spot” artist shared a short clip of herself enjoying a relaxing day under the sun, where she sat by the rocky edge of a water source.
For the swimsuit activity, the gorgeous lady wore a red bikini, giving the camera a good view of her back as she sat in front of whoever filmed the shot.
In the video, the “Red Table Talk” co-host turned around to face the camera, flashing a captivating smile before returning to her original position and watching the beautiful scenery around her.
Perhaps the BET Award winner traveled to the unspecified location to allow nature’s calmness to soothe her troubled soul, a gesture she tried to extend to fans via a powerful message.
“Just a little reminder that our value as humans doesn’t lie in our external abilities or productivity,” the Los Angeles native wrote, “our value is innate, equal, and bestowed upon us by <The Divine>.”
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The 21-year-old confessed that she had been struggling with this problem, noting that it broke her heart whenever she allowed herself to deviate from the path of mental and emotional stability.
Willow, who understood that people, including celebrities, were not immune to judging their worth by the extent of their accomplishments, reminded the world that there was more to them than whatever plagued their minds and hearts.
The Mugler luxury brand model concluded the heartwarming caption by emphasizing the importance of self-love: “Just know you are loved, naturally significant, and valuable no matter what the world or your insecurities have made you believe.”
This inspirational post received over a million views and numerous comments from fans and celebrities alike, who responded with gratitude and praises.
The list included fellow musical artists like Yvette Young, SiiickBrain, Casey Bishop, DE’WAYNE, and Melanie Faye, plus “Bel-Air” star Simone Joy Jones and celebrity photographer, Dana Trippe.
Willow has never shied away from publicly expressing her vulnerabilities, as this sentimental message came a few months after the 21-year-old called out her parents for contributing to her childhood anxiety.
As reported by The Blast, the youngest member of the Smith family discussed the sensitive topic during an episode of her Facebook Watch talk show, which the entertainer co-hosts with her mother and grandmother.
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According to the “Time Machine” singer, she felt frustrated as a child because Jada failed to realize her mental health needs despite being someone who experienced similar problems.
This lack of compassion made the Annie Award nominee feel like her mother downplayed her anxiety because the 50-year-old thought her issues were too small compared to what the mother-of-two had endured.
Fortunately, this story had a happy ending as the “<maybe> it’s my fault” artist admitted that the mother-daughter duo resolved the matter after the Los Angeles native opened up to the “Gotham” star.
How The Young Artist Award Winner Responded To Her Father’s Controversial Oscar Moment
Earlier this year, The Blast shared Willow’s response to her father’s showdown against Chris Rock at the 94th Academy Awards ceremony, where the “Aladdin” star slapped the comedian for making a joke about his wife.
Following the controversial event, the Oscar winner’s daughter subtly addressed the matter on her Instagram Story by reposting a message from Jay Shetty, a famous life coach. The statement read:
“You know who’s going through a lot right now? Literally everyone. Just be kind.”
This request for love and peace came not long after the “Kit Kittredge: An American Girl” actress’s mother uploaded a similar message on her Instagram page, in which the mother-of-two claimed it was a “season of healing.”