Rob Gronkowski and his girlfriend Camille Kostek have been there for a lot of important events in Tom Brady’s life.
Understandably, now that Brady is going through something of a hard time with his wife Gisele Bundchen, many have wondered how Gronkowski and Kostek feel about what is quickly beginning to look like an inevitable divorce.
While Gronkowski has remained relatively mum about his former quarterback’s personal life, Kostek has not.
This week, she offered her two cents on Brady, Bundchen and where all parties go from here.
“I love Tom and Gisele so much,” Kostek told reporters this past week.
When pressed on whether she believes reconciliation is possible between Brady and Bundchen, Kostek said “yes.”
Time will tell if she is right about that, though. Just this week, friends of the pair revealed the extent of Brady’s mistreatment of his wife, much to the chagrin of fans who have been following this media circus.
This isn’t the first time Kostek has commented on Brady’s personal life in this fashion. So in that respect, her take isn’t wholly unexpected.
And it’s not like Kostek needs Brady and Bundchen to keep her relevant. She is plenty famous in her own right. Between her provocative messages to Gronkowski and her racy Halloween costumes, Kostek has very little trouble staying in the headlines.
It will be interesting to see where all parties go from here. Brady’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers teammates are openly mocking his marriage issues at this point. They’re clearly over them.
And it feels like the general public is heading in the same direction.
This Tennessee fan was cheering so hard her shirt flew off. No wonder Alabama couldn’t keep up. https://t.co/AgW5FGI9bM
— Game 7 (@game7__) October 16, 2022
Will Brady and Bundchen ultimately prove Kostek right and reconcile?
Or is this is it for the once-happy couple?
A final answer will likely emerge in the coming weeks and months.
A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.