Months after divorce was announced, supermodel Gisele Bündchen breaks her silence about marrying retired NFL quarterback Tom BradyFull story interview has been posted vanity fair on wednesday.
“It’s like death and rebirth,” Bündchen told the magazine, mourning “the death of my dreams.”
Before bursting into tears, she said, “I imagined your life was going to be a certain way, and you’ve done everything you could, so it’s tough, right?”
“You give everything you got to make your dreams come true,” she told Vanity Fair. It’s heartbreaking when it doesn’t end in a way, but you can only do your part.”
two They ended their 13-year marriage in October.Brady posted on his Instagram story when they arrived “amicably on this decision and grateful for the time we spent together.”
“The decision to end a marriage is never an easy one, but we fell apart. Of course, it’s hard to go through something like this, but I’ve been blessed with the time we’ve had together.” and always wish Tom the best,” she wrote in a separate statement.
Months after the announcement, Bündchen addressed rumors that ultimatum rumors (choosing between her and football) led to their split, saying they weren’t true.
“When you love someone, you don’t put them in jail and say, ‘You have to live this life,'” she told the magazine. It’s great if you want to freely set whether or not you want to fly in the same direction.
However, after the interview was published, Brady Instagram with a seemingly incomprehensible message. He posted Ralph Waldo Emerson’s words on defining success.
“What is success?” the quote begins. “Laugh well, win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children, earn the esteem of honest critics, endure the betrayal of false friends.”
The post goes on to say that success is about finding “the best in others” and making the world “just a little bit better.”
Bündchen made it clear that he held no ill will towards Brady.
“If anyone wants to be the happiest person in the world, it’s him, believe me,” she told the magazine. I want to let you
CBS News has reached out to Brady for comment and is awaiting a response.
in November, Brady opened up about his divorce On his weekly podcast, he said he and his ex-wife are on “very amicable terms.”
While discussing the topic with “Let’s Go” co-host and sportscaster Jim Gray, he reflected that many people are going through “coping with work and home.”
“Obviously the good news is that it’s a very friendly situation. I’m really focused on two things. One is taking care of my family and of course my children. is to do your best to win a football game..”That’s what a professional does.”