Jada Pinkett Smith confronts Will Smith over alcohol use in new 'Red Table Talk'

Jada Pinkett Smith confronts Will Smith over alcohol use in new 'Red Table Talk'

In a preview for Monday's episode of Red Table Talk co-host Jada Pinkett Smith confronts her husband Will Smith about his consumption of alcohol. And it gets just a little bit tense.

"How often are you drinking alcohol?" Jada asks Will, to which the 48-year-old actor replies: "That's my personal business, Jada."

"I respect that it's your show, but at the end of the day, this is a house that we share," he adds and Jada agrees, saying: "I know, I get it."

Take a look at the fascinating interaction here:

Also at the table were the couple's two children Jaden, 21, and Willow, 18 and Will's 26-year-old son, Trey, from a previous relationship.

Will admits to his family that he probably went a bit overboard while celebrating Jaden's 21st birthday back in July. And the famous family proceed to make fun of their dad's drunken antics - all in good fun, of course.

"On vacation time...it was a lot," Will says as they laugh. "'Cause it's in front of my kids, it's like now I'm being a bad parent."

In response to the original question, the Aladdin star then admits that he has "one or two a week".

Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith attend the 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, CA, USA, January 10, 2016. Credit: PA

Will has actually been fairly open about his relationship with alcohol in recent months. In March, in fact, Will said he "didn't drink for over a decade" when he was preparing for a half-marathon.

"I think of all the bucket lists, this is the one I'm most concerned about," Will said on his Facebook Watch series, "Bucket List".

"Like, in my deepest honesty with myself, I really am not sure if I can run 13 miles," he continued. "Being this far out of shape is kind of a little bit new for me. I didn't drink for over a decade."

Will continued: "During my rise as a movie star, I was, like, wildly disciplined, so being in this place in my life, even something as simple as taking my shirt off while I'm out of shape, like, you know, this for me now allowing myself to be seen less than optimally is new."