A family that sweats together, stays together- and Jada Pinkett couldn’t be closer to her mother and daughter.
The 47-year-old Hollywood actress sent social media into a tailspin this week after sharing a snap of herself alongside her daughter Willow, 17, and her 64-year-old mother Adrienne Banfield-Jones after a family workout.
In the picture the trio posed in sportsbras and leggings as they showed off their washboard abs (not being dramatic, they’re a thing of wonder).
Jada’s caption read: ‘That three generational thing✨’
Within minutes, impressed fans flocked to the comments section to shout their kudos and the picture has since racked up over one million likes.
‘Absolutely you 3 have the abs on point..Keep up the good work ladies,’ one person said. ‘I know that with exercise and good eating habits you can reach your goals 💪determined and Blessed Black women’.
Another added: ‘Why Gammy putting me to shame tho???! I need to step it all the way up!!!’
A third noted that Jada’s mother was inspiring, writing: ‘Deeeeeyum gramama cut asf’.
Back in August, Jada told Health.com that she works out at 6.30am each day and focuses on a diet high in protein and vegetables to maintain her healthy lifestyle. She recently cut out sugar after she realised that it was the cause of her depressive episodes that sent her on an ’emotional rollercoaster’.
Jada even admitted in the past that she envied her mother’s dedication to keeping fit. In August, she shared a video of her mother working out, writing: ‘Why is Gam Bam puttin me to shame???’
The mother-daughter duo are super close despite Jada being largely raised by her grandmother as Adrienne battled with heroin addiction for 20 years. She has now been sober for 27 years.
‘It’s difficult to talk about something that is gonna go out to the world. I couldn’t hide the unmanageability of my life, and the emotional damage and the spiritual damage I did to myself and to her,’ she said during the Red Table Talk.
She added that finding God helped her turn her life around and become a better mother.
‘I had to come to the understanding that there was a power. That God had been looking out for us, you and me both, through all of that,’ she said ‘And I just had to let go and surrender so I could receive what he was trying to give to me, through other people.’