Jodie Turner-Smith and Joshua Jackson Share Glimpse of 1-Year-Old Daughter

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Photo credit: Frazer Harrison - Getty Images
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Jodie Turner-Smith and Joshua Jackson have shared a glimpse into their private life.

The Queen & Slim actor posted an adorable photo of the Dawson's Creek actor and their 19-month-old daughter Janie, whom the couple welcomed in April 2020. In the sweet pic, shared Friday in honor of Thanksgiving, Jackson holds their baby girl's tiny foot next to his own.

"i’m most thankful for you," Turner-Smith captioned the post.

The actors kept their family life mostly private since welcoming their child, and have not shown her face on social media. They have gushed about parenthood in interviews, praising each others' parenting skills and expressing love for their infant daughter.

During an appearance on SiriusXM's Jess Cagle in July, Jackson said that his daughter is, "a little bundle of joy every day."

"It's just this amazing thing where all the clichés are true," he added. "I mean, all of them, they're like, 'Oh, you'll never experience love like this.' That's true. And 'You think you're in love with them when they first arrive, but you have no idea how much deeper it gets all the time.' That's absolutely true."

He also talked about watching Janie grow and explore the world. "As she starts to come alive and really experience the world and her natural curiosity, and she's so fearless, it's just the most incredible thing to watch."

Turner-Smith also opened up about her family in an interview with People last month, saying that being a parent is "honestly one of the greatest things I could have asked for." She also called Jackson "an amazing partner and an amazing dad."

"It's a lot taking [care] of someone else. But I think it's beautiful to take care of someone or something else because it really helps us be better human beings," she added. "Whether you have a dog or a fish or a baby, I think just the consciousness of looking after somebody and not just being so self-centered and self-oriented is really helpful for our world view."

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