Jada Pinkett Smith, known for her recent memoir “Worthy,” is dropping hints about another potential writing project.
During an interview with Extra, the 52-year-old actress revealed that she and her husband, Will Smith, are in discussions about co-authoring a book together. Even more intriguing, they’ve already got a title in mind: “Don’t Try This At Home.”
This revelation comes in the wake of Jada’s deeply personal memoir, “Worthy,” which explores her marriage with Will and contains candid revelations about their relationship.
Their marriage, which began in 1997, saw a period of separation, but they have since worked on renewing their bond.
The turning point in their relationship occurred during the 2022 Academy Awards, when Will stood up for Jada after a controversial comment was made about her alopecia.
This incident made it clear to both of them that their love could overcome any challenge.
Jada firmly asserts that “divorce is off the table,” and they now identify as “life partners.”
While Will has playfully teased his response to Jada’s memoir, this potential joint book project could provide a deeper look into their unique journey as a couple.
It appears that the couple has grown stronger through their experiences, and they are open to sharing more insights into their evolving relationship in a future book.