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By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

Willow Smith Is All Grown Up, Look What She’s Doing Today.

It's often been said that it's hard growing up as the children of famous celebrities. Despite being raised with privileges like attending top schools, luxury homes, brand name clothing, fantasy vacations, and playdates with offsprings of other A-listers, these kids often times feel isolated.

Soccer superstar David Beckham revealed how his son Brooklyn wants his dad to park around the corner when picking him up from school, while Madonna's daughter, Lourdes, reportedly shudders at some of the fashion choices her mother makes. It's no wonder many of these kids work hard to separate themselves from their famous parents, often choosing opposing careers.

Other children use their parents' fame to help them catapult their own careers.

Willow Smith has literally grown up in front of the camera.

Her parents are famous rapper turned actor Will Smith and actor Jada Pinkett-Smith.

Willow Smith has literally grown up in front of the camera.

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Willow Camille Reign Smith was born on October 31, 2000 in Los Angeles, California.

Although her parents didn't sell her newborn photos for a glossy magazine spread, they still made sure the world knew who their little girl was.

Willow Camille Reign Smith was born on October 31, 2000 in Los Angeles, California.

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She was cast alongside her father in the post apocalyptic horror film "I am Legend" in 2007.

Although her role was fairly small, the film went on to make $585 million globally.

She was cast alongside her father in the post apocalyptic horror film "I am Legend" in 2007.

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Her older brother Jaden is also a Hollywood heavy hitter starring alongside his dad in "The Pursuit of Happyness."

He was also in the remake of "The Karate Kid" and "After Earth." He pushed gender boundaries last year when he modeled for Louis Vuitton's women’s wear ad campaign, donning a skirt no less.

Her older brother Jaden is also a Hollywood heavy hitter starring alongside his dad in "The Pursuit of Happyness."

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"It may seem like we have pushed our kids into the business, but that is absolutely insane," Will told OK! magazine.

"I would never, ever, push somebody to have their face on a poster that’s going be everywhere in the world," he insisted.

"It may seem like we have pushed our kids into the business, but that is absolutely insane," Will told OK! magazine.

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