A strict prenuptial agreement between model Gisele Bundchen, 42, and NFL player Tom Brady, 45, allowed for a quick divorce and asset sharing after 13 years of marriage, according to website Page Six. According to a source, the deal was finalized before they married in 2009.
The excouple, who are very wealthy separately, kept their business and assets separate, with the exception of the property, which had to be shared. Brady is believed to keep the $17 million underconstruction mansion on Miami’s Indian Creek Island, which was purchased in 2020.
Before the divorce, Gisele quietly bought a $1.25 million threebedroom, threebathroom home in Miami Beach, according to the New York Post. Sources say she will likely use this property as an office and has also purchased another larger home in the area.
Gisele will keep her home in Costa Rica’s Nicoya Peninsula, where she regularly vacations with her children. Her vast real estate portfolio also includes homes in the Bahamas and the exclusive Yellowstone Club in Montana, as well as an apartment in New York where she lived during her split from Brady.
The player has an estimated net worth of up to US$333 million (about R$1.7 billion), while Gisele the highest paid model in the world has a net worth of US$400 million (more than R$2 billion). . ). A source added that the terms of the split of his huge real estate portfolio had already been settled before the lawsuit was filed.
Gisele and Brady married in a private ceremony in Santa Monica in 2009. After 13 years of marriage, the model confirmed their divorce on social media on October 28. Brady did not deny the request.