Actors Will and Jada Pinkett Smith have been married for 20 years. Picture: Getty Source:Getty Images. But as Will cries and laments his failures as a husband on TV, we reveal the secrets of their wild marriage.
By Christine Rendon For Dailymail. Even though they have been open and honest with fans about their 20 year marriage, that hasn't stopped rumors from swirling about Will Smith and Jada Pinkett's relationship. Will could not help but heap his wife with loads of praise, explaining he knew there was no better match for him than Jada.
When the couple in question happens to be a pair of Hollywood actors? Expect things to get super weird, super quick. Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith are one of the most well-known couples in the industry.
And throughout their time together, the two have heard countless rumors about their relationship. I wish! The couple have proven to last the test of time — having been together for 23 years total. So does Pinkett Smith have any tips on keeping the romance hot?
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith put it all out there on Monday's "Red Table Talk," getting real about their marriage and the struggles they've gone through as a couple over the years. First, let's get to the soundbite you really want, as Will wanted to shut down a few tabloid items about them once and for all. The episode opened with Will and Jada talking about the "turning point" in their relationship, as they both spoke about how Jada's 40th birthday celebration changed everything for the couple.
Jada Pinkett Smith just cleared up a very awkward rumour with an amazing response. The year-old actress was appearing on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen when a fan called in to ask her what the craziest rumour she's ever heard about herself was. That's the craziest one.
With Jada, I stood up in front of God and said, 'Til death do us part. One, we are going to be together till death, or two, I am dead. And again in
Hollywood stars Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith have spoken frankly about their relationship on Red Table Talk, tackling some of the rumours than have swirled around their marriage in recent years. During the chat, the couple responded to those who had labelled them as 'swingers' and had linked them to Scientology. The show that is broadacast on Facebook Watch gave Will the opportunity to 'set the record straight'. Speaking at the end of the enlightening chat, the former Fresh Prince of Bel Air star said, "Let's clear some rumors, just to have it on record.
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