There is hardly a shortage of stunning, ageless, melanin-rich Black women in this world, but Jada Pinkett Smith‘s mother, Adrienne Banfield-Jones, has to be one of the prime examples.

The beautiful 63-year-old (who doesn’t look a day over 40) just found love again, and she certainly has that new love glow. In a beautiful photo shared by her wedding dress designer, Berta Bridal, Jones is seen with her new hubby, along with her daughter and son-in-law Will Smith. It’s her fourth time down the aisle and it looks like this is definitely the charm.

We love celebrating Black love and it’s so great to see Jones finding the man of her dreams. She’s living proof that it’s never too late to find love, and that Black truly doesn’t crack.

Shine on, sis.

PHOTO CREDIT: Getty, Instagram

 

6 thoughts on “Jada Pinkett Smith’s 63-Year-Old Mother Makes A Stunning Bride

  1. The “Black Don’t Crack” mantra is a fallacy!!! Many black women and people, in general, have succumbed to the ravages of LIVING and OLD AGE just like any other race. A huge contributor to how someone ages is through the providence of genetics just like it is with good looks, certain physical aesthetics that many blacks and other covet like “good” and long hair, “light eyes” and other features that people are often credited with and BENEFIT FROM although it is simply BY THE GRACE OF GOD and the luck of the gene pool!!

    Jada’s mother looks fabulous and she probably takes good care of herself. But, I have seen and experienced many black women who look absolutely horrible even in their teens due to their “genetics”, lack of exercise and diet and simply following fashion trends that are not flattering to them.

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