TAMPA, Florida Tom Brady, the quarterback for the Buccaneers, revealed on Friday that his marriage to Gisele Bundchen had ended after 13 years of marriage, following months of rumors of domestic conflict.
After 13 years of marriage, Brady wrote on Instagram: “My wife and I recently finalized our divorce from one another. With respect and appreciation for the time we had together, we came to this choice. We have great children who are the centre of our world in every aspect. We are blessed with them.
As parents, we’ll keep cooperating to make sure kids always get the love and care they deserve. “After giving our marriage a lot of thought, we decided to end it. “Doing so is painful and challenging, just like it is for many people who experience the same thing every day across the world.
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However, while we pursue whatever brand-new chapters in our life have still to be written, we hope the best for one another. “And while we navigate what is to come in the days and weeks ahead, we kindly ask for privacy and respect. I’m grateful. The couple has two kids: Vivian, age 9, and Benjamin, age 12. Brady and the actress Bridget Moynahan have a son together named Jack.
In her Instagram post announcing the divorce, Bundchen used a similar tone. While it is tough to go through something like this, I feel blessed for the time we spent together and only hope the best for Tom always, according to Bundchen’s statement. “The decision to end a marriage is never simple but we have grown apart,” the information continued.
Brady sat at his locker on Thursday night, looking dejected, while teammates Blaine Gabbert and Ryan Griffin, quarterbacks coach Clyde Christensen, and others tried to console him. The Buccaneers had just fallen 27-22 to the Baltimore Ravens, their fifth defeat in the previous six games.
Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen have finalized their divorce, they announced Friday, ending the 13-year marriage between two superstars who respectively reached the pinnacles of fashion and football. https://t.co/6ktRXjj4hy
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Brady’s season has been out of the ordinary because it marked his comeback after a 40-day hiatus. Brady announced his return by posting two images: one of his offensive line getting ready to snap the ball and another of Bundchen strolling with his three kids as they are all sporting Bucs apparel. I love my supportive family and my teammates, he wrote. They enable everything.
On September 11, the day of their season opener, Bundchen tweeted in support of Brady’s comeback to football. It was her final social media post mentioning Brady. During training camp, Brady was given an 11-day break to attend to “personal stuff,” as head coach Todd Bowles described it, and spend time with his family.
Upon his return, Brady was questioned about his absence and responded, “It’s all personal. Everybody is coping with a different set of circumstances. Man, I’m 45 years old. There is a lot of crap happening. Just make the best effort you can to navigate life.
According to reports, the pair has been living apart. In recent weeks, Bundchen has been seen numerous times in Miami and New York City without her wedding band. Additionally, she had been conspicuously absent from every Bucs home game this year.
Due to the brutal nature of the game, Bundchen revealed her reservations about Brady continuing to play in an interview with Elle magazine in September. Despite this, Bundchen stated, “Ultimately, I feel that everyone has to make a decision that works for [them].” He too must follow his joy.
She added that “Now it’s going to be my turn” after years of helping Brady and taking care of their family. In being there for him, I’ve done my part, said Bundchen. I relocated to Boston and set my sights on building a haven and a loving atmosphere for my kids to develop in, as well as being there to support him and his aspirations.
Brady, who is in his 23rd season, is going for his second Super Bowl victory in Tampa Bay and eighth overall. The Buccaneers, who are second in the NFC South with a record of 3-5, have suffered three straight defeats.