Don't talk smack about her family!

Jada Pinkett Smith and husband Will Smith are the subject of constant marriage trouble rumors, but the actress puts the chatter to rest in the new issue of Net-A-Porter's The Edit.

    "Will, to me, encompasses everything. It's almost as if calling him 'my husband' is too small of a word for what he means in my life and especially how I feel we, as women, identify the idea of a husband. I really had to mature and expand that. I think I had a very stuck idea of what a husband looks like, what a wife should be. Once I broke all of that, a whole new world opened for me and man, oh, man, I got to see him in all his glory. And so thats what its evolved into. And Im just ecstatic about it," she gushes about her actor hubby.

So how do the pair manage to disregard all the drama?

    "The coping technique is knowing what the truth is theres no better technique. When you know that whats going on in your house is so the opposite [of whats being said], and you also know that when theres mystery, people fill in the gaps, thats OK. And then you look back at it and look at how creative people can be, and its kind of entertaining. We can laugh because its so ridiculous. But I get it. I dont take it personally," she reveals.

As far as her parenting style with kids Willow and Jaden, the Matrix Revolution star insists she's the opposite of strict and controlling.

    "I want my kids to be happy and I want them to be themselves. I was saying to a friend the other day, 'Remember, our kids are not us.' Theyre not. Sometimes were trying to fix things that happened to us or projecting [onto them], and thats a terrible, terrible trap," she explains.

Asked about the controversial picture of her 13-year-old daughter lying in bed with shirtless 20-year-old pal Moises Arias, the mother-of-two quickly replied, "Just don't pollute something that's not dirty."