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Gisele Bundchen was seen walking hand-in-hand with her nine-year-old daughter Vivian in New York amid rumors of her marriage with Tom Brady.
The 42-year-old Brazilian supermodel was spotted out on the town in a casual look in a white T-shirt teamed with baggy jeans, a tan baseball cap and matching sneakers. Her daughter Vivian, whom she shares with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback, was also seen in a casual look.
Mother-daughter run out on Thursday as rumors about trouble in Gisele and Tom’s marriage.
A witness shared with Page Six that Bündchen was also seen crying the day before as she was walking along Hudson River Park and talking on the phone on Wednesday.
Gisele Bundchen admits to ‘concerns’ over Tom Brady’s return to NFL, says he may be ‘more present’
“Giselle was walking on her own on the West Side, crying into her mobile phone,” the witness told the outlet.
According to Entertainment Tonight, Bundchen and Brady are living apart while they try to work through their problems.
A source told the outlet, “Giselle had been telling Tom for a while that she needed to spend more time with family, and after she retired, she thought she was getting what she asked for.” “Once Tom decided to go back to the NFL, he was devastated. Gisele is very hurt.”
Another insider claimed, “Giselle is upset with Tom and just wants some space. She’s being pushed to her limits. She’s always supported Tom and been there for him, but she’s over it.” He doesn’t think Tom has been himself lately.”
Representatives for Brady and Bundchen did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.
Brady came out of retirement in March, just two months after the announcement that he would step away from the sport. In Elle’s October cover story, Bündchen shared her concerns about her husband returning to the sport and how thrilled she was when he announced his retirement.
“Obviously, I have my concerns. It’s a very violent sport, and I have kids, and I’d like them to be more present,” she told the outlet. “I’ve certainly had frequent conversations with them. But, ultimately, I think everyone has to make a decision that works. [them], He too needs to follow his own happiness.”
Tom Brady opens up about his ‘amazing wife’ Gisele Bundchen
Brady previously admitted to Entertainment Tonight that he was grateful that Bündchen spent the past 14 years making sure he had a “stable home.”
“It’s really important to be available to my kids… I think I’m very motivated to be successful in football and it has taken me away from other important priorities, which are my kids, my wife,” he told the outlet in May.
“She’s really put it down to our family. I’m so grateful that she’s really taken so much of her time over the last 14 years to make sure everything was so stable at home, so I’ve been able to make my dream come true.” I could look back. My parents, and my dad and mom did the same thing for me.”
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He shared that he felt guilty for being away from his wife and children while dedicating his life to the NFL. The couple has been married since 2009. They have two children: 12-year-old son Benjamin Rein and 9-year-old daughter Vivian Lake. Brady also has a 15-year-old son, Jack Edward, who has ex-girlfriend Bridget Moynahan.
Brady said, “I think, maybe, there’s some guilt that I haven’t been able to do this for my kids, but I’m doing the best I can.” “I’m trying to be really aware and aware of it, and then when I have time to spend with them, I’m really present.”
In 2020, Brady appeared on “The Howard Stern Show” and said that Bündchen told him she was “not satisfied” with their marriage in 2018.
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“A few years ago, he didn’t feel like I was doing my job for the family,” Brady said at the time.
“She thought I’d play soccer the whole season, and she’d take care of the house. And then, all of a sudden, when the season ended, I’d be like, ‘Great, let me go to all my other business activities. Let me go to my soccer. Let the training join in,’ and she’s sitting there like, ‘Well, when are you going to do chores for the house? When are you going to take the kids to school and do that?'”
Bündchen did not attend the Buccaneers season opener against the Dallas Cowboys in Texas on Sunday, but did extend his support, tweeting, “Let’s go @TomBrady! Let’s go Bucks!” The Buccaneers won 19-3.