Jada Pinkett Smith, you are so loved by your children.
As moms across the country get ready to be spoiled, pampered and showered with love on Mother's Day, fans are getting a taste of how the actress will celebrate the special holiday.
In a sneak peek at VH1's Dear Mama event, Jada's children aren't holding back their love when paying tribute to their mother.
"I wouldn't be the way that I am without you. There's no way for me to express to you or anybody how I truly feel about you because it's not a feeling, it's the living of my life that's an expression of you," Jaden Smith shared in a segment set to air Sunday night. "I'm really like your painting or movie that you have made somehow but that you feel like it might be getting bigger than you physically and emotionally. I just want to take this time to say that I really, really love you."
He continued, "I'm always going to be there for you. I'm so glad that you are my mom."
The love continued as Willow Smith shared with viewers the impact her mom has had on her life as she grows up in the spotlight. Often times, the "Whip My Hair" singer asks herself: What would Jada do?
"Whenever I have a problem or something that I feel like I can't figure out, I'm always like, 'What would mommy do?' How would she approach this situation?" she confessed. "So I just want to say I love you mom so much. You're the guide of my heart, my soul and my mind. I love you so much. Happy Mother's Day."
Perhaps the cherry on top comes courtesy of Will Smith's son from a previous relationship. As the camera is put on Trey Smith, the DJ can't help but express his gratitude to a special woman in his life.
"I honestly appreciate you so, so much," he shared. "I'm so blessed to have you as my bonus mother in my life. Thank you for being you ma."
Dear Mama is described as an honors show that aims to recognize the women who sacrificed so much for their kids' success. Queen Latifah and Alicia Keys are just some of the Hollywood stars expected to pay tribute to their parents when the show airs Sunday night at 9 p.m. only on Vh1.