Willow Smith touched down in Sydney on Tuesday ahead of her appearance at the GQ Awards.
The singer, 23, who is the daughter of Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith, kept a low profile as she arrived into the city.
Willow was dressed casually for the flight in grey track pants and a matching jumper as she pushed her luggage through the airport.
She completed her look with a black jacket and held a backpack as she walked to an awaiting car.
Willow is set to attend the annual GQ Men of the Year Awards in support of Australian singer Eddie Benjamin, who she worked with on her single Alone.
Willow Smith (pictured) touched down in Sydney on Tuesday ahead of her appearance at the GQ Awards
Her arrival into Sydney comes after Willow’s mother Jada confirmed she has no plans to divorce her estranged husband Will after recently revealing they’ve been secretly separated since 2016.
One month after making the shocking revelation about their marriage in her memoir Worthy, the actress, 52, revealed she and the Oscar winner, 55, plan on upholding their lifelong commitment to another.
While appearing on an episode of The Drew Barrymore, the titular host, 48, told Jada that it seemed like she and Will were planning on ‘staying together forever.’
‘We’re staying together forever,’ Jada answered. ‘I tried. We tried,’ alluding to her and Will’s years-long separation that they kept tightly under wraps from the public.
Previously, at a publicity event for her tell-all, Jada revealed that she was ‘not leaving Will’s side’ and he’s ‘not going to leave’ hers.
The singer, 23, who is the daughter of Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith , kept a low profile as she arrived into the city
Meanwhile, Will admitted he and his wife have ‘had a very, very long and tumultuous [relationship]’ in front of a large audience at the Enoch Pratt Free Library in Baltimore.
‘We call it ‘brutiful.’ It was brutal and beautiful at the same time,’ he said, according to the Baltimore Sun.
In October, Jada admitted that she decided to stay by Will’s side, the moment he slapped Chris Rock at the 94th Academy Awards in 2022.
‘I knew it was going to be an intense reaction. And that was the moment that I decided that I was going to stay by his side,’ she said on The One Show. ‘You know, it’s funny how intense situations can amplify love, and it was a pretty difficult time, but it definitely drew us closer. So yeah, it’s, crazy how things work.’
In the explosive memoir, she has revealed how the dynamics of her marriage with famous actor and Will changed after the Oscars.
Willow was dressed casually for the flight in grey track pants and a matching jumper as she pushed her luggage through the airport
The pair had secretly separated six years prior to the incident, with Jada confessing: ‘I’m not thinking in a million years he’s getting up on stage and it has anything to do with me!’
Speaking to Red magazine, she added: ‘That’s when your relationship gets deeper than romance or all the c**p that comes with marriage.
‘I was just really concerned about Will. And I realised in that moment that, as challenging as our relationship can be, I’m always going to be by his side, no matter what.’
At the 94th Academy Awards, Will strode onto the stage and slapped Chris after the comedian cracked a joke about Jada looking like ‘G.I. Jane’ because of her bald head when she had recently revealed that was suffering from alopecia.
Willow’s arrival into Sydney comes after her mother Jada recently confirmed she has no plans to divorce her estranged husband Will after revealing they have been secretly separated since 2016 (pictured in 2022)