Gisele Bündchen is back in Florida after a massive fight with Tom Brady, but things are not back on track with their marriage.
Bündchen came back to Florida to take the kids to have a good time at a water park near Miami, after her big splash that ended up in her leaving for Costa Rica.
According to Page Six, the couple has been going at it with a war of words because of Brady’s decision to un-retire and continue playing Football in 2022. After the big fight, Brady took some time off from practice but did not go to the water park with them, sources told the news outlet that he stayed in Tampa.
Recent reports indicate that Bündchen may not even attend Brady’s first game of the 2022 NFL season when they take on the Dallas Cowboys.
“It feels very different this year than last year. She was excited to be here, we saw her around,” a source reportedly told People. “I’m not saying she can’t possibly come, but nothing is in place for her to be here for the first regular season game and that seems weird.”
In an interview with British Vogue, the 42-year-old Brazilian supermodel said her marriage to Brady is far from perfect, noting that it’s not a “fairy tale.”
“His focus is on his career, mine is mostly on the kids,” she said. “It’s never the fairy tale people want to believe it is. It takes work to be really in sync with someone, especially after you have kids.”
Bundchen added: “I’m very grateful that he lets me take the reins when it comes to our family. He trusts my decisions.”
Brady and Bundchen got married in 2009 and the pair share two children.
Brady previously opened up about his marital issues with Bundchen in an interview on Howard Stern’s SiriusXM show in April 2020. Back then, he revealed that a few years ago she wasn’t happy with their marriage.
“A couple of years ago, she didn’t feel like I was doing my part for the family. She felt like I would play football all season and she would take care of the house, and then all of a sudden when the season would end, I’d be like, ‘Great, let me get into all of my other business activities. Let me get into my football training,’ and she’s sitting there going, ‘Well, when are you going to do things for the house? When are you going to take the kids to school and do that?'”
Clearly, those problems have arose once again.