Where is the mansion in which Gisele Bündchen will live after divorcing Tom Brady?
Gisele Bündchen was recently seen in Miami, Florida at the site of her new mansion, about a month and a half after her divorce from Tom Brady was finalized.
On October 28, Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen announced the finalization of their divorce after 13 years of marriage. The former couple, who share two children, Benjamin Rein, 12, and Vivian Lake, 9, ended the process after working on settlement and custody agreements, a source told People magazine at the time.
According to the media outlet, Brady and the model “agreed to joint custody of the children.” Both will reportedly continue to live in Florida, but in different cities. While the quarterback will spend most of his time in Tampa, Bündchen will live in Miami.
Bündchen’s new home is close to Brady’s mansion
It seems that they will be living near each other for periods of time. Bündchen was recently spotted in Miami, Florida, overseeing the remodeling of her stunning new $11.5 million estate, about a month and a half after her divorce from Brady was finalized.
According to Page Six, the property is located in Surfside, very close to Brady’s Miami mansion, thus facilitating co-parenting. The supermodel’s home is reportedly 6,600 square feet and features a large pool, 5 bedrooms, and 25-foot ceilings.
The celebrity news website said that the former Victoria’s Secret angel paid $11.5 million for the property.
“You could literally swim from Gisele’s house to Tom’s, not that they did... Both houses will include a dock, so it would be very easy for them to co-parent their children while living so close to each other,” a source told Page Six in November.
According to HollywoodLife, the model’s sisters have come to help the Brazilian with the remodeling and this new phase of her life after separating from Brady. “Gisele has spent a lot of time connecting with her family, exercising, meditating and spending time with her kids,” a source told the entertainment news site.
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