Jada Pinkett Smith is hoping the “storm ends” soon, regarding speculation she has split from her husband Will Smith.

The Hollywood stars have been barraged with rumours their relationship is on the rocks for the past year. The two married in 1997 and have a 13-year-old son, Jaden, and 11-year-old daughter, Willow, together.

The two have continued to deny the claims their marriage has come to an end after 14 years and Jada is tired of the reports.

"Every year, a celebrity couple is in the radar. This year, unluckily, it's us! I almost want to say that we should have been expecting it,” she told Gala France.

“But Will and I know the truth. We are waiting peacefully for when the storm ends."

She believes the gossip has surfaced because they spend time apart working on different projects. Jada insists she has a healthy relationship with her husband and children despite the distance between them.

"These rumours are completely untrue. I'm travelling a lot because of my work, as Will does. And the fact that I'm accompanying our daughter, Willow, on her trips, while Will spends time with our son, Jaden, doesn’t make things easier,” she said.

“But our way of living hasn’t changed. Before the children, we were already away from each other quite often because of our work."

Jada and Will make time for each other during their breaks from work. She is looking forward to their next beach holiday.

"In general, Will and I take two months of holiday, at the end of the year,” she said.

“Right after Thanksgiving, we shut down the curtain and nothing comes to bother our family life until January. This summer, we will have a break of two weeks and we will go surfing."