Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith
The coronavirus pandemic has affected not only the financial but also the emotional state of most people around the world. As a result, this has affected the personal relationships of many couples, especially those who live under the same roof and now spend constant time together. This problem was not spared by Jada Pinkett Smith, 48, and his wife Will Smith, 51. Yesterday, the actress from her Facebook Red Table Talk talk about how the epidemic had affected their marriage to Will.
I will be honest. I think one of the things I understand is that I don’t know Will at all,
When her mother asked her exactly what she had in mind and why she had such a feeling, Jada gave a more detailed answer.
I feel that the time has come when life becomes hectic and difficult. You create stories in your head, then you hang on to them, creating an idea of your partner, but in reality it has nothing to do with reality,
Jada added that now, in order to really understand her husband, she is going through a process of “getting rid of these stories” and all of her ideas about Will. She said that she and Will worked together to get to know each other again, and admitted that they were trying to build a friendship.
What Will and I learn is that they are friends. We are still thinking about what intimate relationships should look like and what a marriage should look like. Will and I are trying to learn to love each other and make friends together. Being married to a man for more than 20 years and understanding that you don’t know him, but he doesn’t know you, and also realizing that you don’t know yourself too, – it’s not easy
Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith have been married for 23 years. The couple have two children: their son Jaden, 21, and daughter Willow, 19. The actor also has a 27-year-old son from his first marriage.
Based on materials: www.spletnik.ru