While Jada Pinkett Smith continues her press tour for her memoir, Worthy, she is already contemplating her next book, potentially co-authored with Will Smith.
In an interview with Extra, she told Carlos Greer, "I know Will and I are talking about writing a book together." The literary work is tentatively named "Don't Try This At Home."
The actress also spoke about the possibility of it on the "School of Greatness" podcast two days earlier, "I hope one day we can write a book together. And just how we've been through so much. And all the gates of relating that we've been through. And there's been many, and many to come. Right? But… The process that he's going through right now, I think would be so helpful to so many men."
Pinkett-Smith told Extra, “The Oscar night and having to go through such an emotional crisis in that way. Immediately I knew I would never leave Will’s side no matter what. And I didn't go in there as his wife. But I was leaving there his wife. So it showed me that love can conquer all.”
Last week while visiting “Today,” Pinkett Smith said, “I think by the time we got to 2016, we were just exhausted with trying. I think we were both kind of just still stuck in our fantasy of what we thought the other person should be.”
They didn’t file for divorce, according to the “Collateral” actress, because they weren’t “ready” to officially end their marriage. “[We’re] still trying to figure out between the two of us how to be in partnership, right, and in regards to how do we present that to people, you know?” she added. “And we hadn’t figured that out.”
As parents to Jaden (25) and Willow (22), they are actively working on resolving their issues. On the appearance on “Today,” she discussed their efforts to rebuild their relationship into a true life partnership.
After reading Worthy, Smith penned a letter to the new author saying, “I just turned the final page of Worthy. It is amazing to realize that despite having lived most of my life by your side, I still found myself shocked and stunned and caught off guard, laughing, then inspired, then heartbroken. I was all over the place.” He continued, “I applaud and honor you.”
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