Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen would be in black crisis. Between the two there would be such problems that the couple would not be living together in the same apartment. Married for 13 years, the two recently had several discussions.
According to Page Six, the problem underlying the crisis would arise from the NFL player's decision to continue playing for another season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Sources, in fact, would later reveal that the two are not living in the same house during this difficult period.
Married in 2009, Tom and Gisele have two children together, Bene and Vivian and, despite the aforementioned problems, the supermodel at the beginning of August did not hesitate to wish her partner a happy birthday through a sweet message posted on her profile.
Instagram. Gisele had publicly expressed her desire for her husband to spend time with the family, not least because she would have nothing more to prove on the field. This could also explain why Brady would miss 11 days away from training, despite himself having explained: “I'm 45.
There's a lot of bullshit going on, so you just have to try to understand life as best you can. You know, it's an ongoing process." According to Page Six, Gisele would later return to Florida, but to Miami, and not to the villa in Tampa with her husband and her children.
Always according to the insider: "Tom hopes for a reconciliation, on the other hand it is certainly not the first time they have quarreled, yet there are those who swear that the couple, this time, is really one step away from divorce."
Also according to Page Six, the two would be on the verge of divorce due to a promise left over from the NFL star. That is, Brady, who had decided to retire from the NFL to devote more time to his children and his family in general, would then sensationally decide to return to play.
An insider said: "They had decided that he would retire to focus on the family, then changed his mind. A choice that would have caused a fierce argument with Gisele. The model in recent days has packed up, leaving the spectacular family mansion in Tampa, Florida, to take refuge on their property in Costa Rica. The couple's children stayed home with their dad."