Gisele Bundchen reportedly planned to divorce Tom Brady before their marital problems became public.
According to documents from The Post, the 42-year-old supermodel purchased a Miami home in February of this year, two weeks before Tom decided to return to the NFL.
The $1.25 million simple home had three bedrooms and three bathrooms, a far cry from the $27 million residence she shared with Tom in the Indian Creek Country Club enclave.
This revelation suggests Gisele was aware she was on the verge of divorcing the seven-time Super Bowl champion after he broke his pledge and returned to his first love, sports.
Gisele filed for divorce from her husband of 13 years on Friday, and the judge signed the dotted line, so they are now officially divorced.
As a result of the filing, Tom Brady has become an even bigger laughingstock in the locker room after failing to save his deteriorating marriage.
Some of Tom’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers teammates have publicly remarked that he looks like a “henpecked sissy” when he’s not on the field, while others wish he’d just quit the game.
This comes after he was seen cursing at his teammates on the field after skipping some pre-season practice to hurl himself at Gisele’s feet.
Talk of their marriage allegedly “irritated” some of the athletes.
A source remarked:
“Others think it very comical that he’s this purported Greatest of All Time player, but now is groveling to his wife for one more chance to prove himself. There are some really harsh nicknames and jokes going around.”
According to Page Six, Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady were wise to postpone their divorce filing because it allowed them to maintain their privacy.
One attorney told the site:
“They very often will settle behind closed doors before they let anyone in.”
Jacqueline Newman remarked:
“I believe it’s pretty frequent. It’s the more logical approach.”
They were reportedly forced to divorce “quickly and quietly” to avoid a public feud similar to Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s.
According to former judge Anthony Bompiani, the best course of action is to:
“keep out of the public glare as much as possible until this matter is resolved.”
“Neither of them appear to have that sort of personality, but divorce and custody disputes can bring out the worst in people.”