Tom Brady, the quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and model Gisele Bündchen are presently “living separately” due to “marital troubles.”
Since 2009, the two have been married. Brady left the NFL in February before coming back 40 days later. Todd Bowles, the head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, said in August that he had previously taken a brief leave of absence during this year's training camp to address a “personal issue,” which stoked rumors that it might have been connected to his marriage.
Although Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen appear to be the picture of perfection, they aren't ashamed to confess that their relationship has had its ups and downs.
According to Gisele Bündchen, a marriage is a team sport. The supermodel spoke out about her status as an NFL wife and the sacrifices she has made to keep her marriage with husband Tom Brady strong amid speculations that the two may be having marital problems.
In an interview that was published on September 13, she stated, “I've done my part, which is [to] be there for [Tom].” I relocated to Boston and set my sights on building a safe haven and a loving atmosphere for my kids to develop in, as well as being there to support him and his aspirations.
She went on, “It makes me glad to see my kids achieve and grow into the lovely people they are, as well as to see him prosper and enjoy his work. I think I've done a fantastic job on that at this point in my life.”
Gisele acknowledged that although she feels “extremely fulfilled” as a wife and mother to her husband's children Benjamin, 12, Vivian, 9, and stepson Jack, 15, she is also ready to start following her own goals, such as environmental advocacy, particularly in her native Brazil.
She declared, “I have a long list of things I need to accomplish and want to do. “Now it will be my turn,” he said.