AceShowbiz - Jada Pinkett Smith has opened up once again about her marriage life with Will Smith in the latest episode of her Facebook Watch show "Red Table Talk". During the episode aptly titled "Unconventional Relationships", the 47-year-old actress discussed "throuple," which is defined as "three people having a consensual romance."
Jada, who has been married to Will since 1997, revealed she has had a non-sexual throuple with her husband's ex-wife Sheree Zampino for years. Will and Sheree were married from 1992 until their divorce in 1995 and they share a son together, 26-year-old Trey Smith.
"You know what's so interesting, though? Why it's so not foreign to me too is that I've had a non-sexual throuple for years with Sheree," Jada said. She explained, "When you have your husband that is taking care of another woman and spending time with another woman, it's the same thing."
The "Gotham" alum went on admitting that her relationship with Sheree was tense early in her marriage to Will because of their uncommon "throuple." She told Sheree, who appeared as a guest in the episode, "Here's the one thing I will say in hindsight. Because I didn't understand marriage, I didn't understand divorce. I will say that I probably should've fell back..."
The two women have since cleared misunderstandings between them and become friendly. Sheree went on complimenting Jada, saying, "My son could not have a better bonus mom."
Also in the episode, Jada and Will's daughter Willow Smith made a shocking confession that she's open to a polyamorous throuple. The 18-year-old said she became curious after she started following a polyamorous throuple on Instagram and researching the unconventional relationship.
"I feel like I could be polyfidelitous with those two people," Willow admitted to her mother. "I'm not the kind of person that is constantly looking for new sexual experiences." She further explained, "I focus a lot on the emotional connection and I feel like if I were to find two people of the different genders that I really connected with and we had a romantic and sexual connection, I don't feel like I would feel the need to try to go find more... I love men and women equally. I'd want one man, one woman. I could do it."
Jada is supportive of Willow's idea, telling her, "Whatever makes you happy." Willow's grandmother, however, opposed that view, stating, "I would not be excited about that. It doesn't sit well with me, I don't understand this emotional commitment."