Jada Pinkett Smith has disclosed a significant revelation about her relationship with Will Smith, confirming they’ve been separated since 2016.

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Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith’s love story began in 1995, and their journey has been marked by numerous ups and downs.


In November 1997, Will proposed to Jada, and they discovered they were expecting their first child together shortly afterward.


December 1997 saw the couple tying the knot in Maryland, officially marking the beginning of their life together as a married couple.


Jada gave birth to their daughter, Willow Smith, in October 2000, adding to their growing family.


Speculations about their relationship swirled in 2013 when Jada addressed rumors of an open relationship. She clarified that they had a “relaxed” dynamic and trusted each other implicitly.


Over the years, the couple has been open about their relationship dynamics, addressing rumors of an open relationship and emphatically denying divorce speculations in 2015.


Fast forward to 2018, and the couple stopped referring to themselves as a “married” couple, choosing to identify as “life partners.” This change emphasized their enduring commitment.


In 2020, their relationship faced another test when an entanglement revelation involving Jada and singer August Alsina came to light. They candidly discussed their challenges and reconciliation on “Red Table Talk.”


Will disclosed in his memoir their separation in 2011 and their reconciliation journey, offering insight into their struggles.


In a surprising revelation, Jada disclosed in 2023 that she and Will had been living separate lives since 2016, for 7 years now. 

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The Smiths’ relationship has seen its share of highs and lows, but their enduring commitment to figuring out their unique path remains.