Jada Pinkett Smith is not one of those people, but for other people, it would be their worst nightmare if their partner went on vacations by themselves with their ex-partners. Sheree Zampino, the ex-wife of Will Smith, was a guest on Red Table Talk on Wednesday, and the host revealed that she is quite fine with them travelling alone.
Trey Smith was born during Zampino and Will's 1992–1995 marriage, which they were married for. She added on the programme, "With Will, we're better as co-parents than we were as husband and wife." Trey required the two of us to create him, but after that, we changed.
You two seem to really enjoy each other, Jada said. The episode also included special guest country singer Jana Kramer, who posed the query that the majority of viewers were considering: "Does that ever get under your skin?"
They even travel on business vacations together alone, the host said, without skipping a beat. They go on vacation, I'm not there. They carry out their own agenda, Jada said.
The 51-year-old made it clear that they are "not involved romantically," but she said that she enjoys seeing them interact when he goes on business trips with his mother and sister, such as a book tour. However, it takes time.
She made cautious to make it clear that "We're not experiencing difficulties, everyone," because it could be difficult to comprehend. You know that'll be the next rumour, so let's be clear about that.
Will divorced Zampino in 1996, and two years later they wed in 1997. Jada proudly declared, "This woman is a member of this family," even though she had previously believed their relationship had ended with the divorce.
She admitted that she would have handled it differently years later. "I wasn't only taking on Trey; Sheree was also coming along. Looking back, I would have taken a different approach in terms of putting myself in your situation and letting the two of you work out the details. I couldn't grasp it.