If there's any couple in Hollywood that has really stood the test of time, it has to be Will and Jada Pinkett, who are part of the famous Smith family. The couple has two incredible kids, Jaden and Willow, who are celebrities in their own rights.
For years, we've been led to believe that Jada and Will have the perfect marriage, but that illusion shattered earlier this month after rapper August Alsina came forward with some pretty serious allegations about the couple.
In an explosive interview, he admitted to being in a relationship with Jada while she was still married to Smith. What really shocked the world was the fact that Will himself gave August his blessings for dating his wife!
When the allegations reached Smiths' ears, they decided to address them with a shocking tell-all in one of the Red Table Talk episodes. During the one-hour-long special, the two went into some serious detail about the struggles they faced in their marriage and how they almost led to a divorce.
Now with tension in the air, fans are speculating about the future of their marriage and how much money could be at stake if the two decided to call it quits.
Unfortunately, the Smith estate, which has a combined net worth of millions of dollars could have been in jeopardy if Will and Jada had divorced after their separation a few years ago. On the surface, they might seem like Hollywood's 'It Couple', but in real life, their marriage is just like any other: full of ups and downs.
The two met back in 1994 on the set of Fresh Prince, and they hit it off almost immediately. Smith was so impressed by Jada that he followed her to the set of A Different World, but as luck would have it, he met Sheree Zampino on the way, who went on to become his first wife.
Jada and Will met again after the birth of his first son, Trey, and the two quickly realized that they had strong feelings for each other. It was a difficult time in Will's life because he didn't want to leave his first wife while knowing at the same time that he wasn't going to be happy with her. Zampino took matters into her own hands and filed for divorce because she'd rather see Will happy with someone else than unhappy with her.
The couple called it quits in 1995, and soon after Will and Jada were officially in a relationship. The Facebook talk show host said in an interview that she offered to sign a prenup before marrying Will, but he declined. The two tied the knot in 1997, just a few months before Jada gave birth to their first son, Jaden.