In a heartfelt and unfiltered conversation, Will Smith recently shed light on his complex yet enriching relationship with his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith. Speaking at the Baltimore stop of her Worthy book tour, the leading man from the critically acclaimed movie "King Richard" couldn't help but praise his wife, describing her as his "best friend." Despite being separated for seven years, Smith said he attended the event to "stand by your side the way you've always stood by mine." His insights into their 30-year-long relationship were initially reported by the Baltimore Sun, where Smith coined their union as a "beautiful" experience — a combination of "brutal" and "beautiful." The Oscar-winning actor elaborated, calling their marital journey a "volatile yet captivating public examination of unconditional love." Smith says their relationship has been riddled with hardships and triumphs, making it worth every struggle.
"As I stand here today, I can honestly say I've never been happier. I've achieved all I ever wanted — the accolades, the financial stability, the family. There's nothing left for me to yearn for," Smith declared, as cited by Baltimore Banner.
Jada's Unwavering Support
Smith acknowledged Jada's undeniable role in his life, personally and professionally. Not only has she been a stalwart support in his career, but she has also been pivotal in raising their family.
The couple shares two children, Willow and Jaden, and Smith’s son Trey from his previous marriage to Sheree Zampino. "The dreams I've realized have been constructed on the bedrock of Jada’s sacrifices,” he emphasized, adding a universally relatable query: "Can you stand by someone and offer them unwavering love, even when you’re not on the same page?" In conclusion, Smith left no room for doubt about his sentiments for Jada.
"She's the greatest friend I've ever had on Earth, and I'm committed to supporting her for the rest of my life."