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Tom Brady’s Reaction To Gisele Bundchen Dating His Kids’ Coach

Tom Brady’s Reaction To Gisele Bundchen Dating His Kids’ Coach

Tom Brady is inarguably the greatest NFL player of all time.

Unfortunately, while his professional career went about as smoothly as one could possibly go, the same can’t be said for his personal life.

Brady split from his longtime wife, Gisele Bundchen, in 2022. While the reason for the divorce was never made public, rumors of unhappiness in the bedroom and so-called “mistreatment” lingered.

In the aftermath, Bundchen was immediately linked to her kids’ jiu-jitsu coach, Joaquim Valente. At the time – she denied the idea that she was moving on so quickly with someone that had clearly been around her family for a long time.

This past week, however – photos emerged of Bundchen and Valente getting very handsy with one another. Another video showed them seemingly kissing. Naturally, that caused something of a hubbub.

Many wondered how Brady would respond, especially since he was reportedly concerned about Valente all along.

Over the weekend, Brady took to social media to show that he was responding to his ex-wife’s behavior by jetting off to the Bahamas for a little vacation. He also showed off a photo of his son, Benjamin, having a good time on the trip:

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Clearly Brady isn’t letting last week’s events bring him down.

While it is never easy to see your wife of 13 years gallivanting around with a man you allowed your children to be around, that is the nature of the world we live in.

And no one, not even someone as successful and rich as Brady, is apparently immune from it.

It will be interesting to see where Bundchen’s relationship with Brady goes from here. Clearly, though — it has seen better days.

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Carlos Garcia

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