Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith have been married for over 23 years. Although the relationship of the star couple was going through serious crises, as the interested parties themselves argue, they managed to solve old problems and strengthen their bond. In an interview for “GQ” magazine, the star told about the details of his turbulent relationship with his wife. The actor returned with his memories to the scandal involving his beloved and singer August Alsina, with whom she had an affair.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith publicly commented on this in an episode of “Red Table Talk”. “Once the audience has made a judgment on a subject, it is almost impossible to change the narrative, the images, ideas and imaginations that emerge in their heads are indelible. As the impulse for our conversation in the program were Alsina’s reports, viewers could get the impression that only Jada was involved in into extramarital intimate relationships. Well … in fact it was not so “- revealed the actor.
The turning point for the star couple was the 40th birthday of Jada Pinkett Smith. The spouses, who had more and more acute conflicts, realized then that they needed to introduce thorough changes in their relationship.
“Our marriage was not working. We couldn’t pretend anymore. We were both unhappy and something must have changed. Jada never believed in conventional marriage, which was due to, among other things, her unconventional upbringing. So we had long discussions about the future of our marriage and what we expect from each other. We chose monogamy for most of the relationship, not seeing it as the perfect solution. We gave each other confidence and freedom, believing that everyone had to find their own way. way. But freedom and unconditional support are the essence of love for me, “confessed Smith.
The actor also revealed that he has been using the services of intimacy trainer Michaela Boehm for some time. During the meetings with the expert, he discussed his old fantasies about owning a harem, which would include, among others Halle Berry and Misty Copeland. At one point, however, he saw a flaw in this concept.
“The idea of traveling with twenty women I love and care for seemed exciting. And then after we talked about it, I realized it would actually be scary. But Michaela helped me understand that thoughts are not sins, which was a tedious process given my Christian upbringing. The fact that I am a married man and consider Halle a beautiful woman doesn’t make me a bad person yet, “Smith said.