American actor Jada Pinkett Smith confessed to have cried continuously for a period of over 45 days during a rough patch in her marriage with husband Will Smith.
The couple, who appeared on 'Red Table Talk', an online talk show, along with their daughter, Willow Smith, and Will's mother-in-law, Adrienne Banfield Jones, opened up about the challenges they dealt with.
"There was a period where Mommy woke up and cried 45 days straight," Will said, to which Pinkett promptly replied, "You missed some days," reported Page Six.
Will, while opening up about his marriage, also said that he had "failed miserably" at the time. "I think that's the worst I ever felt in our marriage," he added.
In June this year, Pinkett, in response to rumours of the couple opting for seperation, had categorically stated that she would never divorce Will.
The couple tied the knot in 1997 and has two children-Jaden Smith (19) and Willow Smith (17).
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