Jada Pinkett-Smith has revealed she and husband Will Smith will celebrate their wedding anniversary with a "high-five".
The couple, who will be married 15 years in December, plan to hold a low-key celebration.
"You know, we celebrate throughout the year. But usually on our wedding anniversary, we give ourselves a high-five and go, 'We survived another year, homie! Yeah!'," she told People.com.
Jada, who is mum to Jaden, 13 and Willow, 11, with the Men In Black III star, said 15 years felt like just the start.
"Fifteen years! It's amazing, isn't it? I was just doing the Today show, and there was a couple there who was celebrating 59 years of marriage, and I thought to myself, '15 years ain't nothing, you know?' It's just the beginning. That's the way I look at it," she added.
The pair have had to endure rumours of marital strife, which Jada called "ridiculous".
"Marriage is a beautiful journey with lots of chapters. You know, we are nothing like what we were when we first met. Nothing like that. The biggest change is that we have grown up. We have matured," she said.