Have Will and Jada Pinkett Smith split?

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    Are Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith breaking the hearts of many of their fans—and possibly their celebrity children—by calling it quits on their marriage?

    In Touch Weekly is reporting that the two have decided to end their union after 13 years.

    The news is coming as a shock to fans of the Oscar-nominated actor and his wife, star of TNT’s “HawthoRNe.”

    Although breakups in Hollywood aren’t uncommon, whenever Will and Jada are seen together in public, the two come across as picture-perfect. Plus, they have repeatedly stated that divorce is not an option for them.

    They’ve appeared as a happy family on “Oprah Winfrey,” and at the 2011 BET Awards, Will as Jada looked on from the front row as Willow and Jaden received their first awards from the network. More recently Jada’s visit to “The Talk” was interrupted when her hubby came out to wave to the audience and plant a few kisses on his wife.

    Fans are skeptical about the validity of the rumors. They’re upset about the news and hoping it’s not true.

    “If Jada Pinkett-Smith and Will Smith split, then there is officially no hope whatsoever for successful marriages in Hollywood. Who’s next?” tweeted one follower.

    Read more Twitter reactions below!

    Watch Will plant a few big ones on Jada on the “The Talk.”

     

     

    —Tracy L. Scott
     

     

    What do you think? Are the rumors true? Would you care one way or the other if Will and Jada split? Why or why not? Leave your comments below.

     

     

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