Jada Pinkett Smith says she and Will had a secret sex room built in their home
| Last updated
Featured Image Credit: Kevin Mazur/ Contributor/Getty Images. Lionel Hahn/Getty Images
Worthy details the actor's life and how she managed to go from drug dealing to a Hollywood star.
There's a lot that has been said about her relationship with Will and an excerpt from the book has explained how they had to get creative to get some alone time.
According to the New York Post, the couple used to allow their kids Willow and Jaden to sleep in their bed with them when they were much younger.
This nightly routine continued for years.
However, this prevented Will and Jada from being intimate with each other and so they decided to make a new wing of their home to accomodate them.
“To give us our own space, I built a separate, beautiful love nest for us two grown-ups in our bedroom, complete with a domed ceiling full of twinkling stars,” Pinkett Smith writes in Worthy.
She added: “But over time, the kids hijacked that room as well."
However, that room has become pretty much obsolete after Jada revealed that she and Will had been technically separated for the last seven years.
“We’re still figuring it out,” she explained in an interview.
"We’ve been doing some really heavy-duty work together. We just got deep love for each other and we are going to figure out what that looks like for us.”
Jada added that her children, Jaden and Willow, as well as Trey, who Will shares with ex-wife Sheree Zampino, have been supportive.
“My children, they’re little gurus. They’ve taught me a deep sense of self-acceptance," she said.
“They love every part of me.The level of love, unconditional love that they have for me and their dad. And it's one thing to want to be the person that gives that unconditional love. And then there's, to be the recipient of that.”
She dropped that bombshell before the memoir was released and people couldn't believe their eyes and ears that the Hollywood power couple weren't living together.
Jada has since clarified that they aren't legally separated or divorced and are actively working hard on repairing their marriage.
“We are working very hard at bringing our relationship, yes, bringing our relationship back together... back to a life partnership, yes,” she told TODAY.
“Husband-wife marriage for me, for my healing process. I came into that with very specific ideas, right? Very specific ideas that were blocks. To me just seeing Will to who he is. He can’t be this perfect idealised husband.
“I have to be able to accept him for the human he is. He accepts me for the human that I am, and we want to love each other there. We really have been working hard.”