Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen's current living arrangement revealed
Tampa, Florida - The drama continues for one of the most beloved power couples out there. New reports say that NFL superstar Tom Brady and supermodel wife Gisele Bündchen are currently living separately amid their martial troubles.
First the record-wining Super bowl champion Brady took a mysterious 11-day break during the preseason.
Then the Buccaneer candidly revealed in a SiriusXM interview how he's been struggling to balance his home life and career.
Now, just days after Bündchen gave an interview to Elle magazine in which she discussed her feelings on Tom Brady continuing his football career, sources revealed to US Weekly that the couple is currently "living separately."
"Obviously, I have my concerns – this is a very violent sport, and I have my children and I would like him to be more present. I have definitely had those conversations with him over and over again," Bündchen had told Elle for the October 2022 cover story.
The supermodel has put much of her own career in entertainment on pause to support Brady throughout his career while simultaneously raising their children: 12-year-old Benjamin and 9-year-old Vivian. She is also stepmom to Brady’s 15-year-old son Jack, whom he shares with actress Bridget Moynahan.
"I’ve done my part, which is [to] be there for [Tom]. I moved to Boston, and I focused on creating a cocoon and a loving environment for my children to grow up in and to be there supporting him and his dreams," Bündchen told the magazine. "At this point in my life, I feel like I’ve done a good job on that."
As the couple's marriage currently treads on hard shells, many are unsure whether the quarterback will remain on the field for the 2022 season.
Though Brady believes his place in life is still on the field and not in the stands, per his unretirement tweet posted in March, the greatest quarterback of all time might need to step away from the game to salvage his more important relationships.
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