Per reports, the model has made her way back to Miami in preparation for Hurricane Ian. However, she is still not living with her husband of 13 years.
Gisele Bündchen Not Living With Tom Brady Despite Being In Miami
Before Hurricane Ian made its way to Florida, Bündchen, who had been spending time in New York, made her way back home, according to reports. An anonymous source confirmed the fashion model returned to The Sunshine State where her husband and kids her. However, she didn’t stay with the NFL quarterback.
It’s unsure if the “Taxi” actress is with their two kids, Benjamin, 12, and Vivian, 9. Nevertheless, the source revealed to Page Six that the 42-year-old is currently living at a home she and Brady rented while their mansion on Island Creek — which they bought in 2020 — is undergoing renovation.
Brady, on the other hand, packed up from their Tampa Bay home with the rest of his Tampa Bay Buccaneers teammates as it is one of the hotspots Hurricane Ian would affect. The 46-year-old dished on his preparation for the big storm during Monday’s episode of his SiriusXM podcast, “Let’s Go! with Tom Brady.”
Chatting with his co-hosts, he said, “I don’t think that anyone’s really prepared for this. I know I’ve been preparing all morning and get all my stuff [that I keep] outside, try to put it inside, try to get all the stuff on the ground level up a little bit higher.”
He continued, expressing his fear of the natural disaster, “I’m right here on the bay, so they’re talking about pretty high storm surges, and it’s a scary thing. I will say that it’s a scary thing when it really hits your doorstep.”
This isn’t the first report of the couple of 13 years living separately amid news that they can’t see eye-to-eye on Brady’s decision to unretire. Earlier this month, an anonymous source claimed that the athlete’s decision to return for the NFL’s 23rd season has caused a big strain on his family life.
“Tom and Gisele are still not seeing eye to eye regarding his retirement. They are currently living in separate houses but continue to communicate,” the insider said. The separate living arrangements were put in place just a month after Brady made headlines for missing 11 days of practice in August due to “personal reasons.”
The ‘Devil Wears Prada’ Star Missed Her Husband’s First Home Game
The NEWS of Bündchen’s return to Miami comes after she missed her husband’s first home game. As The Blast reported, the Brazilian model was noticeably missing from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Sunday game against the Green Bay Packers.
The monumental much which saw the Buccaneers lose 12-14 to the Packers had Brady’s children in attendance, but their mom was nowhere to be found. A rep for Bündchen explained her absence, saying, “Gisele continues to be dedicated to her kids and is working on personal projects.”
While Brady didn’t have his wife on the sidelines, his three children proudly cheered him on. A video from the game showed the renowned athlete hugging and kissing his kids before heading out to play on the field.
As we previously reported, Brady and his teammates went hopeful that Bündchen’s presence at their home again would make up for her absence at their first game of the season.
A source disclosed days before last Sunday’s game, “Gisele mostly only attends home games. Tom and his team are hopeful she will be back in the family box with their kids for the Packers game this Sunday. Gisele has left Tom in the past during arguments but always returned once things cooled down. They are talking, but mostly about the kids at the moment. But Tom hopes they will reconcile.”
Marital Problems Have Nothing To Do With NFL
Despite reports that lovebirds aren’t on the same page about Brady’s un-retirement and Bündchen’s absence at all his games this season, a source strongly claims his football career isn’t the reason for their marital woes.
The source told Page Six, “The problems are not due to his decision to play football again — sometimes things are complicated,” slamming the reason as “sexist.”
However, another insider insists the game had a role to play in their strained union, saying, “She doesn’t hate that he’s playing football, but she sure hates the way he handled the retirement and coming back. He knows that, and he’s doing what he can do to smooth things over.”