Actress and wife to Will Smith, Jada Pinkett Smith has said that when it comes to her and her husband, divorce will never be an option even though they have been through a series of ups and downs over the course of their two decades of marriage, she revealed on Monday’s episode of Red Table Talk.
According to the “Girls Trip” actress, her family has become more of a community and hence it would be hard to break it
“One of the ideas for me is that we’ve built such a beautiful community. “We’ve built such a beautiful family and our survival—we do well together. And then breaking that group and community up, for me, it’s just never an option.
I’m just like ‘No subtraction. If you need to add, go ahead. But I don’t see the necessity of subtraction”, Jada Pinkett Smith said.
Jada also explained that a partnership is about “a lot more than romance.”
“It has a lot to do with survival, resources, and just having somebody or somebodies by you that can help you figure it out,” she explained. “Everybody needs that and, you know, it’s only for you decide how you need it and who you need it from”, she added.
She also went ahead to admit that she didn’t consider herself “mature enough to have a divorce” and deal with “going in” and “breaking up assets.”
But when her guest Toni Braxton argued, “it takes more maturity to stay together,” Jada insisted that was a kind of maturity she did possess.