Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen Are Not Headed for Divorce, Source Says

Supermodel and NFL quarterback continue to face reports about their marriage

By Mike Vulpo Sep 03, 2015 2:53 AMTags
Tom Brady, Gisele BundchenLarry Busacca/Getty Images

Don't even think about losing hope for this A-list couple.

It's no secret that this summer has been filled with shocking splits. From Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner to Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale, pop culture fans may not be able to handle another separation.

Perhaps that's why so many are captivated by the headlines surrounding Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen's marriage. Ever since the New England Patriots deflategate controversy hit, speculation has been spreading that the pair is having struggles in their relationship.

But despite all of the rumors surrounding the famous duo, a source tells E! News that the pair is not headed for divorce.

It's a reassuring sign for fans of the couple who have been waiting to hear some good news. Earlier this week, the supermodel was photographed leaving an office building with her husband in New York City.

While some may be quick to assume the outing was just a regular sighting, others know that it marked the first time the couple has been photographed together since late June.

Four weeks ago, Bündchen also shared a throwback photo with her family in honor of her man's special day. "Happy birthday my love! We're so blessed to have you in our lives," she wrote on Instagram. "Thank you for always giving us so much love. We love you! #Love #Family."


The glimmers of hope, however, can't erase the reports in the press surrounding the couple.

"There have been a lot of stresses in their marriage in the last year, especially during football season," a source close to Brady told People. "Tom is singularly focused on his career and sometime Gisele feels left out. There have been arguments."

A different source closer to the model also shared some perspective. "This summer was just a bit different. Gisele had a lot going on, so they weren't always in the same place at the same time," an insider told the publication. "They are living their life, and they're doing great."