All signs seem to be pointing to no, as sources already spilled that Hollywood's golden couple has been more strained than ever ever since the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air actor, 53, got up from his seat at the 94th Annual Academy Awards and slapped Chris Rock in front of millions after the comedian, 57, made a joke about his wife's bald head.
"Ever since the Oscars scandal, the tension between them has been palpable," a source told Heat UK magazine. "There have been problems for years, but they're barely speaking right now."
If the couple decides to pull the plug on their years-long union, it would be one of the nastiest break ups the public has ever seen.
"If they were to split, Will has a fortune of $350 million that Jada would be entitled to under California law," the insider explained to the outlet. "It could be one of the ugliest divorces in showbiz history and drag on longer than Angelina [Jolie] and Brad [Pitt's] did."
"Will obviously doesn't want that but there is only so much he can take," the source pointed out to the outlet of their deteriorating relationship, which has been put on full display on Pinkett Smith's show, Red Table Talk.
"Will has made no secret of how uncomfortable he feels about Jada sharing every personal detail of their marriage," the insider reportedly added. "He had so much pressure on him from big studios to sell their movies, and you have to be squeaky clean. This is the last straw and could force him to finally end things."
The power couple — who shares children Jaden, 23, and Willow, 21 — married in 1997. However, in a resurfaced clip of the Girls Trip star's show from 2018, Pinkett Smith, 50, revealed she never wanted to marry the Oscar winning actor.
“I really didn’t wanna get married,” the mother-of-two admitted at the time. “And I was so upset that I had to have a wedding. I was so pissed I went crying down the freaking aisle. I cried the whole way down the aisle.”