Jada Pinkett Smith, a Baltimore native, enthusiastically promoted her upcoming book, “Worthy,” at the Enoch Pratt Free Library on Wednesday.
Her family, including her husband Will Smith, children Jaden and Willow, and Will’s son from a previous marriage.
Trey, joined her at the event while visiting Jada’s 70-year-old mother.
During his heartfelt speech, he opened up about his relationship with Jada and made an unconventional declaration of love.
Will shared, “Our relationship is like a public, imperfect experiment in unconditional love.
As I stand here today, I can honestly say I’ve never been happier in my entire life.
I’ve achieved every single thing I ever aspired to accomplish.
There’s nothing left in this world that I long for, whether it’s awards, wealth, family—everything I’ve ever dreamed of.”
Will posed a thought-provoking question to the audience:
“Can you commit to loving someone for the entirety of your life, even when you don’t see eye to eye with them?”
He concluded with a resolute statement, “Jada is the best friend I have ever had on this planet, and I am going to show up for her and support her for the rest of my life.”
This profound declaration came after Jada revealed that they had been separated since 2016 but are currently dedicated to working on their relationship together.
Intensive work as a couple
We share a profound love for each other, and we’re in the process of determining what that means for us.”
We were still navigating how to be in a partnership, figuring out how to present that to others.
And we hadn’t yet arrived at a clear understanding of it.”
Their open and heartfelt revelations about their relationship underscore the power of love, commitment, and the ongoing journey of understanding in even the most public and imperfect of unions.