Tom Brady Releases Statement As Divorce From Gisele Bündchen Becomes Official

Tom Brady Releases Statement On Gisele Bundchen Divorce

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With reports indicating that the divorce papers between him and his wife Gisele Bündchen had been officially filed, Tampa Bay Bucs quarterback Tom Brady took to Instagram to release an official statement on the matter.

In his statement — which he posted to his Instagram story — Brady acknowledged that he and Bündchen are divorcing after 13 years of marriage and asked for privacy during this time.

Tom Brady releases official statement about his divorce from Gisele Bündchen, says they will continue to work together as parents

“In recent days, my wife and I finalized our divorce from one another after 13 years of marriage. We arrived at this decision amicably and with gratitude for the time we spent together. We are blessed with beautiful and wonderful children who will continue to be the center of our world in every way. We will continue to work together as parents to always ensure they receive the love and attention they deserve,” Brady’s statement begins.

“We arrived at this decision to end our marriage after much consideration. Doing so if, of course, painful and difficult, like it is for many people who go through the same thing every day around the world. However we wish only the best for each other as we pursue whatever new chapters in our lives that have yet to be written. And we kindly ask for privacy and respect as we navigate what is to come in the days and weeks ahead. Thank you,” Brady concludes.

Brady’s at-home difficulties come as the future Hall of Fame signal-caller finds himself in the midst of one of the most difficult stretches of his career, as he’s currently suffering through a three-game losing streak for the first time since 2002.

Despite the Buccaneers’ struggles so far this year, the team is still in the thick of the NFC South race as they’re just a half-game behind the Atlanta Falcons, who will be taking on the Carolina Panthers this Sunday.

Heading into the 2022 season, Brady and the Bucs were one of the betting favorites to win the Super Bowl alongside the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs.

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