Kate-Lynne Wolmarans19 Mar 2017 AT 11:49 AM

Will Smith skydives in Dubai

The Fresh Prince really is fearless
Kate-Lynne Wolmarans19 Mar 2017 AT 11:49 AM
Will Smith, Dubai, UAE, Skydive dubai
© Instagram @willsmithphotos
Will Smith, Dubai, UAE, Skydive dubai
© Instagram @willsmithphotos

It seems like Will Smith just can’t get enough of UAE, the 48-year-old actor has just been spotted in Dubai! And, this time, he’s taken to the sky.

A video of the Collateral Beauty actor jumping out of SkyDive Dubai plane was released just 16 hours again and has since been viewed over 3 million times!

Proving to love us just as much as we love him, the actor and singer has on numerous occasions confessed his admiration for the region: “I love Dubai man, they do it so big in the Emirates, just how they are creating and all. I just love that mentality and mind set!”

Sharing his love of the region, the Focus actor brought his wife, Jada, 44, to Dubai to celebrate their wedding anniversary two years ago at tourist haunt, Barasti Beach in Jumeriah.

Since then the dynamic duo have enjoyed numerous romantic getaways and have even shared several of their experiences with their fans via social media. Amongst them include an adorable snap of the two on Jumeirah beach with the Burj Al Arab in the background which he captioned: “Me & Wifey havin’ a sexy date night in Dubai.” 

The star’s multi-talented children, Jaden, 17, and 15-year-old Willow were also in Dubai some two years ago to perform their very first concert Modhesh World’s Summer Surprises.

Smith’s eldest son, Trey regularly hits the decks of several of Dubai’s elite nightclubs and lounges under his DJ alias, AcE.

The 23-year-old also chose Dubai as the location to film his new production, The World Keeps Spinning, which is 30 minute travelogue that documents his search for inspiration, growth, and cultural exchange.

And, it looks like his dad may be looking to film here too… during the UAE promo tour of his hit-film Suicide Squad, the award-winning actor revealed: “I’ve had a couple of ideas, a couple of film concepts that came through. I’ve met with the [Dubai] Film Commission a few times. I love it here and I’d love to be a part of the mining of stories from this region.”

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