Gisele Bündchen Sets The Record Straight On Her Divorce From NFL Tom Brady; Media Got It Wrong!

Supermodel Gisele Bündchen is speaking up about her marriage to now-retired NFL quarterback Tom Brady months after their divorce was made public. Vanity Fair released the candid interview on Wednesday.

According to Bündchen, "it's like a death and a rebirth," and she is currently lamenting "the death of my dream." It's challenging because you imagine your life was going to be a certain way, and you done everything you could, you know?," she remarked before breaking down in tears.

She told Vanity Fair, "You give everything you've got to realize your ambition." You give everything you have, and it's sad when things don't turn out the way you wanted them to, but you can only do your part.

Brady posted on an Instagram story at the time that they had "come to this decision peacefully and with gratitude for the time we spent together." The couple had been married for 13 years.

Although ending a marriage is never an easy decision, she said in a separate statement, "We have grown apart and while it is, of course, terrible to go through something like this, I feel blessed for the time we had together and only hope the best for Tom always."

Months after the announcement, Bündchen addressed allegations that their breakup was the result of an alleged ultimatum, saying they were untrue. She told the magazine, "When you love someone, you don't lock them up and force them to live this existence. If you want to fly in the same direction, that's fantastic. You set them free to be who they are.

Shortly after the interview was published, Brady rushed to Instagram with a somewhat cryptic message. He shared a Ralph Waldo Emerson statement concerning the definition of success.

What is achievement? the quotation begins. To laugh a lot and frequently; to get the admiration of wise people and the love of children; to gain the respect of sincere critics and put up with the betrayal of fake friends.

Success, according to the article, involves seeing "the best in people" and leaving the world "a little bit better."

Brady is not resentful of Bündchen, who has made that obvious. She told the magazine, "If there's one person I want to be the happy in the world, it's him, believe me. "I want him to accomplish and to conquer. I want him to achieve all of his goals."

In November, Brady opened up about the divorce on his weekly podcast, claiming he and his ex-wife enjoy a "really amicable situation." While talking to his "Let's Go" co-host and sportscaster Jim Gray about the matter, he remarked that many people go through "things that they deal with at work and they deal with at home."

"Obviously, the good news is it's a really amicable situation, and I'm really focused on two things: taking care of my family, and particularly my children, and secondly doing the best job I can to win football games," he stated. "That's what pros do."

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