Renowned American actress and talk show host, Jada Pinkett Smith, has made a candid revelation, stating that she never initially intended to marry her husband, Will Smith.
The high-profile celebrity couple tied the knot in a grand ceremony at the Cloisters Castle in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1997.
However, Jada Pinkett Smith shared during her talk show, Red Table Talk, that the decision to marry Will was not driven by her own desire but rather by familial pressure due to her pregnancy at the time.
In her own words, she expressed, “I was so upset that I had to have a wedding. I was so pissed. I was crying. I cried the whole wedding. I really didn’t want to get married. I was under so much pressure being a young actress and pregnant. I didn’t know what to do. But I knew I never wanted to be married. The wedding was horrible. I was three months pregnant at the wedding.”
Jada Pinkett Smith’s revelation provides a poignant glimpse into her personal journey and the complexities surrounding her marriage to Will Smith.
Their relationship has been a subject of fascination for many, and this insight offers a deeper understanding of the dynamics at play within their partnership.
This disclosure comes on the heels of Jada Pinkett Smith’s recent revelation in a clip from her forthcoming NBC News primetime special, where she and Will Smith shared that they have been living separately since 2016.