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Will Smith Opens Up About Revelations In Jada Pinkett Smith's New Memoir

by Danielle Wright

Will Smith has finally broken his silence regarding the recent revelations made by his estranged wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, in her upcoming memoir, "Worthy." The "Men in Black" star, at 55, admitted that these revelations have been an awakening for him, providing a deeper insight into Pinkett Smith's character.

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In an email sent to the New York Times, Smith expressed that he had become somewhat emotionally blind over the years, especially in a marriage that spans more than two decades. He now recognizes Pinkett Smith's resilience, cleverness, and compassion to a greater extent than he had previously understood.

Smith's acknowledgment comes shortly after Jada Pinkett Smith shared candid details about their relationship in an interview with Hoda Kotb. The "Girls Trip" actress disclosed that she and Smith have been separated for the past seven years, shedding light on the challenges and complexities they've faced in their long-term marriage.

The couple, who tied the knot in 1997 and shares two children, Jaden and Willow, is in the process of reevaluating their relationship and the form it will take moving forward. Pinkett Smith affirmed her commitment to working through their issues, revealing that there was a promise never to divorce.

The revelations continue to capture public attention, offering an intimate glimpse into the intricate dynamics of a marriage that has endured for a quarter of a century. While this deeply personal narrative unfolds, the world awaits the release of Jada Pinkett Smith's memoir, "Worthy," which is set to hit the shelves soon.


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