Gisele Bundchen tears up over Tom Brady divorce

Gisele Bundchen
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Gisele Bundchen found herself overwhelmed with emotion when discussing her recent divorce from Tom Brady. The renowned supermodel, who has recently been seen showing affection with her jiu-jitsu instructor Joaquim Valente, opened up during an emotional interview with Robin Roberts on the special edition of IMPACT x Nightline titled “Gisele Bündchen: Climbing the Mountain.”

During the candid conversation, Bundchen touched on various aspects of her life post-divorce, including the dynamics of co-parenting with Brady, the celebrated football icon. She candidly expressed the fluctuating nature of co-parenting, noting, “I think there are easier days than others, and I can only control what I do.” This honest admission highlights the inherent challenges and day-to-day variability in managing parenting responsibilities post-separation.

The interview delved deeper when Roberts broached the subject of Bundchen’s openness to love again. In response, Bundchen reflected on her journey and the decisions she has made, suggesting a level of introspection and acceptance of her current life path.

“How are you?” Robin asked Gisele replied before trailing off with a slight sob: “Well when you say…” Turning away from the camera, the 43-year-old said, “Sorry, guys. I don’t know. Can I have a little moment?”

Bundchen and Brady’s romance began in 2007, capturing the attention of fans and media alike. Their relationship, which spanned over a decade, was often seen as a union of two high-profile individuals at the pinnacle of their respective careers. However, in October 2022, the couple announced their decision to divorce, concluding a significant chapter in their lives, she told Dust magazine.

The couple shares two children, Benjamin, 14, and Vivian, 11, who are now at the heart of their co-parenting efforts. The transition from being a closely-knit family to navigating the complexities of co-parenting is a profound change for both Bundchen and Brady, underscoring the need for adaptability and mutual understanding in the best interest of their children.

Bundchen’s emotional disclosure during the interview sheds light on the personal struggles and resilience behind her public persona. It also emphasizes the universal challenges faced by individuals going through separation and the journey toward healing and finding new beginnings.

“Where my heart is now is where I am right now. I’m living my truth, and I’m not apologizing for it,” she stated.

As Bundchen continues to navigate her life post-divorce, her candidness, and vulnerability in sharing her experience offer a glimpse into the personal growth and continuous journey of self-discovery that follows such significant life changes.

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