Marriage off with NFL star ?: Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen are said to have hired divorce lawyers

After a dispute, she is said to have fled the house they shared in Florida a few weeks ago.

Marriage off with NFL star ?: Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen are said to have hired divorce lawyers

After a dispute, she is said to have fled the house they shared in Florida a few weeks ago. Now Gisele Bundchen, 42, and her husband Tom Brady, 45, are apparently facing the ruins of their marriage. Both are said to have hired divorce lawyers, as reported by several US media.

A source close to the couple was quoted as saying by Page Six: "I never thought this fight would mean the end of these two, but it looks like it will. "I don't think there will be any going back now. They both have lawyers and are considering what a split will entail, who will get what and what the finances will be."

The seven-time Super Bowl champion and supermodel have been married since 2009 and have two children together, son Benjamin, 11, and daughter Vivian, 9. In the event of a split, the source said they would share joint custody.

According to legal experts, the couple would likely file for divorce in Florida since that is where they have their primary residence. They had just acquired a $17 million estate on Indian Creek Island in Miami, nicknamed "Billionaires Bunker." The couple are now said to be seeking a split of their fortune, which includes a $26 million real estate portfolio.

Before Hurricane Ian, the two fled Tampa, where Brady plays for the Buccaneers, and headed to Miami, where they were separated. Bundchen has been spotted there for the past few days.

Rumors of a crisis at Brady and Bundchen have been around for a long time. Brady retired from the NFL in February but later reversed that decision. In August, he took an 11-day sabbatical from training camp to "deal with personal matters," according to head coach Todd Bowles. The supermodel is said to be not so happy with her husband's comeback.

In an interview with Elle magazine published last month, Bundchen said she has "concerns". "This is a very violent sport and I have my kids and I want it to be more present," Bundchen told the magazine. "I've definitely had these conversations with him over and over again. But ultimately I think everyone has to make a choice that works for them. They also have to follow their joy."

It could be that Brady will soon say goodbye to professional football again. In a recent conversation on his podcast "Let's Go!" he spoke about the sacrifices that the sport demands of him: "I haven't celebrated Christmas or Thanksgiving for 23 years, I haven't celebrated birthdays with people who are important to me and who were born from August to the end of January. And I can't attend funerals or weddings," Brady said. "I think there comes a point in your life where you're like, 'You know what? I've had enough and it's time to move on and move into other areas of life.'"

He already has a new job offer in his pocket: After his active career, he will be a commentator at Rupert Murdoch's Fox News and will strengthen the team there as chief analyst.

Quellen:   "Page Six", CNN, "Let's Go!" Podcast

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