According to reports, Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady are having marital problems.
This could be related to the renowned athlete’s decision to resign months after announcing retirement.
His decision was the subject of an “epic fight” a few months ago, and now there are reports that Tom and Gisele are consulting with divorce lawyers separately to reach an agreement.
Tom has returned to the field, while Gisele appears content with her life.
And, thanks to her large family, she can deal with this major life challenge.
According to Hollywood Life, Brazilian beauty is going through a lot. Despite this, she can handle it extremely well, thanks to the help of her five sisters.
According to the source, the mother of two has spent a lot of time bonding with her family and has been busy doing workouts, meditation, and spending quality time with her children.
“Gisele is extremely close to her sisters, particularly her twin sister Pati, to whom she has been able to speak up about everything. Gisele has a strong relationship with Pati, with whom she communicates frequently.”
The informant said that Pati is not only her spokeswoman and manager but also Gisele’s sister, who is always up to date on her personal life.
Rumors of a romance between Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen were fueled last summer when the NFL superstar missed 11 days of training camp with his team, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, for “personal reasons.”
His brief absence coincided with Gisele’s decision not to attend the season’s first game. Ben and Violet, their two children, were present to support their father.
According to the source, Gisele is grateful and privileged to have sisters who demonstrate their love for her.
Gabriela, Rafaela, Graziela, Raquel, and Pati are said to have been by her side at all times, and she doesn’t know what she’d do without them.
The insider continued:
“They are everything to her.”
After a “brief retirement,” Tom Brady rejoined the Buccaneers in March.
The Super Bowl champion took to Twitter to explain his decision, stating that he understands his place is “still” on the field, not in the stands.