Will Smith recently opened up about his past relationship struggles with his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, revealing that the couple had once broken up. During a "Red Table Talk" episode, Smith disclosed that around the time he turned 40, their marriage experienced a low point which resulted in a separation. He expressed that he was heartbroken and that breaking up was the worst thing that had ever happened to him.
According to Smith, both he and Jada had reached a point where they no longer believed they could make each other happy. He revealed that they sought to find happiness outside of their marriage, which ultimately led to their separation. However, they eventually realized that they couldn't find the happiness they sought elsewhere and decided to reconcile.
Smith shared the revelation as part of a larger discussion about past traumas and relationships. He explained that he had to confront his own fears and insecurities and ultimately learn to love himself before he could improve his relationship with Jada. This personal growth was crucial in the couple's ability to reconnect and rebuild their marriage.
Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith have been married for over 20 years, and their relationship has faced its fair share of challenges. However, their willingness to address these struggles head-on and work through them has allowed them to come out stronger as a couple. By sharing their story, Smith hopes to encourage others to confront their own relationship issues and work towards finding happiness within themselves and their partnerships.