Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady, who tied the knot in 2009, are going through a challenging time together as a high-profile couple.
According to a source close to the marriage, Tom Brady, a quarterback who has won seven Super Bowls and who is presently playing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Gisele Bündchen, a fashion model, are experiencing “marital troubles.” Brady is currently playing for the Buccaneers.
According to another source close to Bündchen, who spoke to CNN, the couple is “living apart” at the present time.
CNN has made contact with representatives for Brady and Bündchen to inquire about this matter.
After first announcing his retirement from the NFL in February, at the age of 45, Brady ultimately decided to go back on his word. According to his head coach Todd Bowles, during the month of August, he took an 11-day leave of absence from training camp in order to “deal with personal stuff.”
In an interview with Elle magazine that was published this week, Bündchen, who is 42 years old, said that she had “concerns” about her spouse returning to the field after having first retired from the field last winter.
The statement was made by Bündchen to the journal. “This is a pretty brutal sport, and I have my children, and I would want him to be more present,” she said. “I can confidently say that we have had such talks a number of times throughout the course of our relationship. In the end, though, I believe that it is up to each individual to make a choice that is suitable for them. It is imperative that he, too, pursue what brings him delight.
On Tuesday’s episode of his podcast called “Let’s Go!,” which he co-hosts with Jim Gray, Tom Brady discussed the influence that his decades of playing in the NFL have had on his priorities.
“I haven’t had a Christmas in 23 years, and I haven’t had a Thanksgiving in 23 years, and I haven’t celebrated birthdays with individuals that I care about who are born from August to late January.” “I haven’t had a Christmas in 23 years, and I haven’t had a Thanksgiving in 23 years,” Brady explained to Gray that he would be unable to attend any weddings or funerals during their time together. “I believe there comes a time in everyone’s life when they stop and ask themselves, ‘You know what? I’ve got my fill, and it’s sufficient, and it’s time to go on, and it’s time to move on, to move into other aspects of life.”