Jada Pinkett Smith would like to make it abundantly clear that she and Will Smith do not have an open marriage. Although she believes that there are much more important things to discuss than the rules of her love life, Pinkett Smith took to Facebook to clear up the rumors.
After Will Smith told Reveal that the couple debated on not using the line "forsaking all others" when marrying, people started to speculate on the nature of the actor's relationship. Pinkett Smith attempted to clear up the debate when speaking with the Huffington Post, but it appears she may have just confused fans more.
"I've always told Will, 'You can do whatever you want as long as you can look at yourself in the mirror and be okay,'" she said, according to the Huffington Post.
Over the weekend, Pinkett Smith posted a message to her Facebook, not to really discuss her marriage in particular, but to address the relationship between love and trust.
"Should we be married to individuals who can not be responsible for themselves and their families within their freedom?" the actress asked. "Should we be in relationships with individuals who we can not entrust to their own values, integrity, and LOVE...for us???"
"Here is how I will change my statement...Will and I BOTH can do WHATEVER we want, because we TRUST each other to do so," Pinkett Smith continued. "This does NOT mean we have an open relationship...this means we have a GROWN one."
So, sparked by a stray comment made by Will Smith comes an interesting message on the nature of relationships from one of Hollywood's well respected couples.