Jada Pinkett Smith, 49, stuns in tiny blue bikini: 'I welcome you 2021'
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Jada Pinkett Smith is showing off her figure.
In the pic, Smith soaks up some sun near a pier on a beach while donning a blue and pink bikini, paired with a pair of gold necklaces and matching bracelets.
Also on full display in the photo: The actress' toned figure.
"I welcome you 2021 with open arms," wrote the "Girls Trip" star in the caption. "I have no expectations. I’m going to be still and grateful."
Jada Pinkett Smith stunned fans in a blue bikini snap on Instagram. (VALERIE MACON/AFP via Getty Images)
She completed her message with a string of emojis including sparkles and a red heart.
Fans couldn't get enough of the shot and offered plenty of praise in the comment section.
"Beautiful!!!" said a follower.
"You don’t age!" another insisted.
A third added: "Soooo amazing"
Yet another compared her to "fine wine."
The star has met a great deal of success this year on "Red Table Talk," which she co-hosts with her mother Adrienne Banfield-Jones and daughter Willow Smith.
Jada Pinkett Smith is one of the hosts of Facebook Watch's 'Red Table Talk.' (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)
"It was frustrating, but at the end of the day, I felt like people understood how I felt," Banfield-Norris told the program.
Banfield-Norris commended Giannulli for "handling the situation well," but Banfield-Norris added "there were some things" that she felt were a "little frustrating" on the part of the young star.
"I felt like as a 21-year-old young adult, that she needed to be way more aware of what’s going on in the world, and that was a little frustrating," the nurse said. "I heard people make comments, like, 'Well, kids don’t watch the news.' Please. The news on TV is not the only place where you understand what’s going on with the world and if you think that then you’re old! Because young people are not relying on the news — my generation is not relying on the news. I'm on my phone, on social media all the time."
Fox News' Julius Young contributed to this report