Jada Pinkett says her husband Will Smith asked for a very unusual gift for her 50th birthday. She obeyed, but will never give her the gift again.

"Red Table Talk" is back, and the conversation is as juicy as ever.

The Facebook Watch series of Jada Pinkett Smith with her daughter Willow Smith and her mother Adrienne Banfield-Jones returned on Monday with the first episode of the second half of season 1, and fans got some burning details about Pinkett's notorious private relationship Smith and her husband Will Smith.

A teaser published last week, in which Smith said his wife "cried for 45 days in a row," gave viewers the first look at Monday's episode. But the fanatics could not have known all the truth bombs that the Smiths would throw at the episode, aptly titled "Becoming Mr. and Mrs. Smith."

These were the five craziest moments of Monday's episode about their marriage:

Jada Pinkett Smith and her husband Will Smith talked about their relationship in their Facebook Watch series "Red Table Talk" with their mother Adrienne Banfield-Jones and their daughter Willow Smith. (Photo: Stan Evans)

Will and Jada called their wedding "horrible"

Pinkett Smith said she never wanted to get married or get married, but once she got pregnant she felt pressured to marry, in part because of her mother.

The nuptials were not so planned, and Pinkett Smith, Smith and Banfield-Jones called it "horrible".

"It was a disaster," Banfield-Jones said to laughs around the table. "Jada was sick, it was very unpleasant."

Pinkett Smith was three months pregnant at the time of the ceremony, and she said, "I was so upset that I had to get married, I was so angry, I was crying in the damn hall to get married."

Will tried to meet Jada, but he met his first wife.

Smith said he saw Pinkett Smith and knew that the two would have a connection. Fate intervened with different plans when Smith tried to meet Pinkett, star of "A different world". When Prince Fresco appeared on the program's recording, another woman caught his attention: Sheree Fletcher, the first (and now ex) wife of Smith.

Smith said that he and Pinkett Smith had "all these almost failures", but the two finally met after Smith was already married to Fletcher, although they are convinced they did not have an affair.

Smith said she broke down in tears because "I knew she was the woman I was supposed to be with, but I never divorced." That is, until Smith said that Fletcher filed for divorce, which gave him the opportunity to be with Pinkett Smith.

Trey Smith, Willow Smith, Jaden Smith, Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith attended the twenty-sixth annual EMA Awards at the Warner Bros. studio on Saturday, October 22, 2016 in Burbank, California. (Photo: Richard Shotwell, Invision / AP)

Jada knew immediately that she was pregnant and cried all night.

"We started dating and then I got pregnant in two years," Pinkett Smith said during the episode. "I knew at the time of the act that I was pregnant."

"He did not believe me, but I knew it," he said of Smith. "You know those big blockages in the bank? I could feel that in my belly, in my uterus."

Smith said he was not so convinced of an impending pregnancy: "It was literally four seconds after having sex … she said," I'm pregnant! "I said," Honey, I think you're not scientifically pregnant still". "

Pinkett Smith said she cried all night later, wondering what her life would become, but she seems happy now that the pregnancy gave birth to her firstborn son Jaden Smith.

Their relationship changed when Jada turned 40.

Smith said he had a perfect picture of how he wanted his family to look for years, and that Pinkett Smith became unhappy in his private life trying to keep up with his public persona.

He recalled a moment when Willow, 9 years old at the time, called him. "She said:" Oh, dad, it's so sad … Mommy, it's not sad … Dad has a picture of a family in his mind, and it's not us. "

Pinkett Smith said that when she turned 40 she realized their relationship: "I can not do this anymore."

The couple is now referred to as Life partners not husband and wife.

They did not use blasphemies with each other for 20 years.

Smith remembered a moment when he was upset because Pinkett Smith cursed him when he had his son Trey in his arms.

Smith said he put it aside to talk about the incident: "I said, 'Jada, this is the deal, I grew up in a house where I saw my father hit my mother in the face, and I will not create a house, a space, an interaction with a person where there is profanity and violence If you have to talk to me like this, we can not be together We will not use any blasphemy in our interactions We will not increase our voice, we will not be violent I can do it & # 39 ;. "

"It was 20 years before we used profanity in any conversation we had," Smith said.

"We could not afford to do it, because it could get ugly," said Pinkett Smith. The couple said they disciplined themselves only to talk about their feelings once they had calmed down and could have a peaceful conversation about what was bothering them.

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