Construction on Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen’s dream Florida megamansion has been halted in the past few weeks amid tensions, The Post has learned.News:
Sources tell The Post that Hurricane Ian last week put everything on pause, but that the couple’s impending divorce complicates things even further.
Page Six exclusively reported in September that Bündchen and Brady had gotten in an “epic fight” over Brady’s decision to take back his extremely brief retirement from the NFL — and that she had left their home in Tampa, Fla., for Costa Rica. ...The article goes on to show Gisele hiring a woman to do some sort of satanist wr witchcraft ritual to purify her life without Tom Brady. And this:
Although sources close to Bündchen have stressed that it is “sexist” to say the split is over the model’s issues with his career, the source in the know said, “As with many marriages, it’s not just one thing. Gisele has made it clear that she worried about Tom playing football and that they had had many talks about it.”
Gisele Bündchen, wife of legendary quarterback Tom Brady, is said to be fuming that he is still playing football after retiring at the end of last season — and then “unretiring” six weeks later.They are rich enough to have servants and nannies, so she does not have to do much, but she should put herself first, and abandon all of her responsibilities.
The supermodel hinted at her disappointment to Elle magazine, saying “I’ve done my part, which is [to] be there for [Tom]. I focused on creating a cocoon and a loving environment for my children to grow up in and to be there supporting him and his dreams.”
But now her support seems to have dried up, with Gisele taking solo trips to Costa Rica and, most recently, New York, while skipping Brady’s first game of his third season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
In short, the Brazilian stunner has been “quiet quitting” her marriage — and many of us wives and mothers of a certain age can relate. At some point, the job of running a household, raising kids and supporting a husband’s career while keeping the romance alive can feel like a burden. Especially during the pandemic. Who among us can honestly say they haven’t fantasized about taking a break and finally putting ourselves first?
And while Gisele certainly has more help than most of us managing the household, that doesn’t make it any easier, one expert said.
“Invisible labor isn’t necessarily the physical things that need to get done,” said Gemma Hartley, author of “Fed Up: Emotional Labor, Women and the Way Forward.”
“It’s noticing, planning and delegating. If you’re not the one that’s doing the work yourself, it’s overseeing it and making sure it gets done. Women see it as their responsibility, so even when we do delegate this work, it still seems to stay on our plates.”