Jada Pinkett Smith Talks 'Open' Marriage With Will Smith

Jada Pinkett Smith Talks ‘Open’ Marriage With Will Smith

Their mystery, she said, is giving one another flexibility.

“You gotta trust who you’re with and by the day’s end, right, I’m not here to be anyone’s watcher. I’m not his watcher. He’s a grown man,” she told Howard Stern. “Will is a man of uprightness so he’s got all the flexibility on the planet. … The length of Will can look himself in the mirror and be alright, I’m great.”

Pinkett Smith, 43, called Smith, 46 “a ganster partner,” and included she perceives, particularly in Hollywood, that he’ll be pulled in to other ladies. In any case, she doesn’t believe he’s going to keep running off with any other person.

“Simply on the grounds that your man is pulled in to another lady does not mean he doesn’t love you. That is not what it means, and it doesn’t mean he’s gonna follow up on it,” she said. “On the off chance that your man can’t generally see another lady’s magnificence, how the hellfire would he say he is gonna see yours?”

Lamentably for her child, Jaden Smith, 16, some of his friends have seen her magnificence, she included with a giggle.

“It’s so clever when your children get to those youngster years and they begin coming to you… ‘My companion is similar to, truly sort of feeling you and it gets humiliating when they converse with me about you,'” she said. “Jaden even still today is like, ‘Mom…'”

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