Actor and star of “Hancock”, Will Smith has told a UK tabloid Now magazine that he and Jada Pinkett-Smith don’t fight their attraction urges, and are down with an open marriage.
He told the UK’s Now magazine, “I’ll tell my wife if I need to have sex with someone else.”
Honesty is the cited reason for the couple’s approach to their sexual relationship, which may include occasional dalliances with attractive outsiders.
Will Smith, according to Now magazine, says it is “healthy” to be attracted to other people and is okay telling his wife so.
‘Our perspective is, you don’t avoid what’s natural and you’re going to be attracted to people,’ Will explains.
‘So sometimes we have the discussion: “Wow, this or that girl is freaking gorgeous”. I’m not going to say anything to my buddies that’s any different than what I say to my wife.’
Now claims Will will tell Jada – and vice versa – if they “need to have sex” with other people.
Each of them, he claims will say: “I’m not going to do it if you don’t approve of it,” he tells Now magazine.
Will tells the magazine he would be unsure how to feel if Jada came to him with her feelings for another. “I don’t know how I’d feel,’ he confesses. ‘But I know I would react better than if I found out about it afterwards.” LINKNote the date on this article may be incorrect due to importing it from our old system.