TMZ tells us this morning: Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen have reached an agreement ending their marriage, and the divorce papers will be officially filed today.
According to TMZ, the divorce document will be short, and the terms of it will remain confidential and sealed.
The lawyers have reportedly been working since early September on the settlement of the separation of one of the major couples of the American jet-set.
However, the famous athlete issued a brief comment on his social networks in order to put an end to the speculations.
“In the last few days, my wife and I finalized our divorce after 13 years of marriage. We came to this conclusion in a friendly tone expressing gratitude for the time spent together. We are blessed to have had wonderful children who will continue to be the heart of our world. We will continue our work as parents so that they receive the love and attention they deserve,” he wrote.
Tom Brady announces he and Gisele have divorced. pic.twitter.com/BfereO0vSj
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) October 28, 2022
“After careful consideration, we have made this decision. This one is as painful and difficult as that of so many people living the same reality. However, we wish each other the best of luck as we prepare to write new chapters in our lives.”
The story is identical on the side of Gisele Bündchen.
“My priority will always be our children whom I love from the bottom of my heart. We will remain their parents by giving them the love, care and listening they need, she said. The decision to end a marriage is never easy, but we have grown from it each on our own. […] I am grateful for the time spent together and I wish Tom the best.”
A break that spoke volumes
L he former wife of the football player spent most of her time in the Miami area, including visiting a “spiritual healer,” according to TMZ. A few weeks ago, the New York Post reported that the quarterback's 11-day hiatus at Tampa Bay Buccaneers' latest training camp was related to his marital issues. For its part, the CNN channel had specified that the two members of the couple – married in February 2009 – lived separately.
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