Alarm bells went off everywhere on October 4th when it was revealed that both football legend Tom Brady and supermodel Gisele Bundchen had hired divorce lawyers. “I don’t think there will be any going back now. They both have lawyers and are looking at what a split will entail, who gets what and what the finances will be,” a source told Page Six.
Rumors began swirling around the pair after Brady made the controversial decision to resume pigskin after spending a measly 40 days in retirement. Still, Bundchen seemed comfortable with her husband’s decision. “Obviously I have my concerns — it’s a very violent sport, and I have my kids, and I want it to have more exposure,” Bundchen told Elle magazine in September. “I definitely kept having those conversations with him. But ultimately I think everyone has to make a decision that works [them]. He must also follow his joy.”
But now, following the latest development, model and WAG colleague Camille Kostek has come forward and offered her own take on Bummel and Brady’s marital woes…
Camille Kostek thinks Gisele Bundchen can do it
Model, actress and TV presenter Camille Kostek endorses Tom Brady and Giselle Bundchen.
Lute! News, when asked whether or not she thinks the spouses could solve their problems, the footballer’s longtime girlfriend (and twice retired) Rob Gronkowski replied with a resounding, “yes.” She added, “I love Tom and Gisele so much.” And maybe there’s no one better suited to weigh in on.
As you may recall, Brady and Gronkowski played football together with the New England Patriots and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and both have plead guilty to getting in and out of the retirement pool. Speaking to Sports Illustrated in July 2022, Kostek even expressed doubts that Gronkowski’s second retirement would be his last. “I’m an honest woman and honestly in my heart I didn’t feel like this was forever. So I think maybe he’ll come back,” Kostek admitted. “I feel like he and Tom are just having fun and they’re like, ‘Retired, not retired, retired, not retired,'” she joked. As the old saying goes, “Birds of a feather flock together.”