Will Smith SUPPORTS wife Jada Pinkett Smith at her book tour

Will Smith SUPPORTS wife Jada Pinkett Smith at her book tour in Baltimore – after bombshell revelation they’ve been separated for SEVEN years

Will Smith, 55, continued to be a supportive spouse to Jada Pinkett Smith, 52, on Thursday, showing up at the Baltimore stop of her book tour. 

The Fresh Prince star wrapped a supportive arm around his wife of 26 years — in spite of Jada’s recent bombshell revelation that they’ve been separated since 2016.

However, the estranged couple presented a united front as the I Am Legend leading man helped Jada promote her buzzworthy memoir, Worthy. 

The tea-spilling author was also joined by their kids Willow and Jaden, as well as his son Trey Smith from his first marriage, as they arrived at the Enoch Pratt Free Library to show their support. 

Will’s appearance at his wife’s Baltimore book tour stop follows the hilarious ‘official statement’ he posted on TikTok where the Academy Award winner poked fun at the situation. 

No trouble in paradise: Will Smith showed his support for wife Jada Pinkett Smith at her book tour stop in Baltimore on Thursday after Jada’s bombshell revelation that they’ve been separated for seven years 

We are family: Despite recent insiders saying that Willow and Jaden ‘felt bad’ for Will, the duo also showed up in Baltimore for their mother, in addition to Trey Smtih, Will’s son with ex-wife Sheree Zampino

Despite fans of the superstar couple begging Jada to stop promoting her memoir, Will has appeared to take it all in stride. 

He even took a well deserved respite on a solo boat trip this past weekend, making yet another comical post about the ongoing relationship drama on his Instagram for his 64.5 million followers. 

Utilizing a voiceover that said. ‘Fun fact about me – I can take a nap almost anywhere,’ the Bad Boys star cheekily captioned the video with ‘Notifications off,’ with a smiley face, as the sound of phone notifications kept buzzing in the video. 

In another show of marital support, Jada herself commented on the video, throwing in several laughing emojis under her estranged husband’s tongue-in-cheek post. 

Displaying a level of emotional coolness about the situation, Will opened up further to the New York Times about how Worthy ‘kind of woke him up’ to another side of his wife that he’d never seen. 

He wrote in an email to the outlet ‘When you’ve been with someone for more than half of your life a sort of emotional blindness sets in.’ 

Will admitted that you can ‘all too easily lose your sensitivity to [a spouse’s] hidden nuances and subtle beauties.’

In another shocking turn of events, the Worthy memoirist has even claimed that her estranged husband wants to write a book with her. 

According to Jada, the yet-to-be written tome would be titled Don’t Try This At Home.  

Unrelenting: Despite fans begging Jada to stop talking about her book, Will Smith’s estranged wife has continued on, even claiming that Will wants to write a book with her; seen on Tuesday 

Staying strong: The only statements Will has made on the situation on social media haven’t been actual statements, but rather short clips poking fun at the situation 

The way they were: The couple, who have been married since 1997, have been quietly separated since 2016; seen in 2006 

Speaking her truth: Jada has insisted that her marriage with Will is ‘stronger than ever’ despite her recent jaw-dropping truth reveals 

Show of support: Despite being separated during the infamous Oscars slap incident, the couple appeared more united than ever; seen in 2022 

The 4ft11in Red Table Talk host told Extra that divorce was ‘off the table’.

Finding the light in the recent drama-stirring situation, the Madagascar actress told the outlet that she and Will had found their way ‘back’ to each other. 

Will echoed her comment in his email to the NYT, writing ‘We had to find our independence in order to come back in an interdependent way.’ 

The couple have been married since 1997.  




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