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Jada Pinkett Smith, 42, and her fellow actor husband Will Smith,45, may be the subject of divorce rumors, but sources close to the stars are insisting that the pair are doing great.
Speculation about the Smith's union began circulating after Will's was pictured taking some suggestive pictures with the co-star of his movie "Focus," Margot Robbie. However, sources close to the pair reveal there is an explanation for the images that have been making their rounds on the web.
"That was a photo booth on set that the producers got for everyone," a source told Us Weekly. "It was the last day of filming and everyone was taking pictures. They were just goofing around. Will is just like that. There's nothing more to it."
Another source reportedly told the publication, "Everything with them is great."
Last April, Pinkett Smith took to her Facebook page in an attempt to address comments that she made in a Huffington Post report concerning her marriage.
"The statement I made in regard to, 'Will can do whatever he wants,' has illuminated the need to discuss the relationship between trust and love and how they co-exist," the mother of two wrote on Facebook.
The actress began her post by letting the world know that there were things more important than speculating about the possibility of an open marriage between her and Smith, 44.
"Let me first say this, there are far more important things to talk about in regards to what is happening in the world than whether I have an open marriage or not," she wrote on Facebook. "I am addressing this issue because a very important subject has been born from discussions about my statement that may be worthy of addressing."
The Hollywood actress' initial statement about her marriage spoke about giving her husband the freedom to do what he desired.
"I think because from how I've answered questions of 'girl you know what would you do if he came home and this and that [happened]?' or 'being married to a big superstar like Will, how do you deal with other women,'" Smith initially told Dr. Marc Lamont Hill of the Huffington Post. "And I've always told Will, 'You can do whatever you want as long as you can look at yourself in the mirror and be okay."