Jada Pinkett Smith to Address “Complicated” Will Smith Marriage in Upcoming Memoir



Jada Pinkett Smith is skipping The Table and putting her thoughts down in ink.

The “Red Table Talk” co-host is set to release a “no holds barred” memoir next fall that will detail her “complicated marriage” to Will Smith and other topics, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

So what will the book cover? Per the release, it “chronicles lessons learned in the course of a difficult but riveting journey—a rollercoaster ride from the depths of suicidal depression to the heights of personal rediscovery and the celebration of authentic feminine power.”

The currently untitled memoir follows Jada from childhood to adulthood, reflecting on both her career and personal life. “With no holds barred, Jada reveals her unconventional upbringing in Baltimore—from the child of two addicts to a promising theatre student and a violent interlude as a petty drug-dealer—followed by a parallel rise to stardom alongside her close friend 2Pac,” the reported release continues, “then falling in love with and marrying Will Smith, and a joyous embrace of motherhood.”

The release notes that the book delves deep into Jada’s relationship with the Oscar winner—with whom she shares kids Jaden Smith, 24, and Willow Smith, 21—as well as her own “crisis at age 40.”


“At the heart of this powerful book,” the release shared by the outlet continues, “are two unexpected love stories, one being Jada’s complicated marriage to Will Smith, the other being the one with herself.”

Jada has opened up about her life and relationship with Will before on her Facebook Watch series Red Table Talk, where she’s covered topics including intimacy and mental health as well as the couple’s past ups and downs.


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And no matter what Jada and Will have faced, they’ve continued to stand by each other. After the 2022 Oscars incident in which the King Richard star slapped Chris Rock over a joke the comedian made about the Girls Trip alum’s shaved head, for instance, Jada—who has spoken about her alopecia diagnosis—expressed her hope for them to make amends.

“Until then,” she said during a June episode of Red Table Talk, “Will and I are continuing to do what we have done for the last 28 years, and that’s keep figuring out this thing called life together.”


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