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Gisele Bündchen has ‘newfound energy’ for the future after divorce from Tom Brady

Gisele Bündchen has ‘newfound energy’ for the future after divorce from Tom Brady

Gisele Bündchen begins to focus on herself after divorcing ex-husband Tom Brady after 13 years of marriage.

The Brazilian model spent time training in Costa Rica with her jiu-jitsu instructor Joaquim Valente after finalizing her divorce from the NFL player in October 2022.

According to a source who told people magazine, Gisèle “loves Costa Rica, and feels good and healthy there. She is in good shape and stays active.

The source said, “She feels a sense of renewal with newfound energy and a happy outlook for the future. Her life has been hectic for so long and now she is more stable. She’s optimistic.”

Along with staying in shape, the 42-year-old model is looking to get back to work in a major way. She kicked off 2023 by starring in a new campaign with Louis Vuitton – her first since her divorce was finalized.

“She is super charged with her career in the next few months. She is busy making decisions and feels happy and more stable than she has in a long time.

Following her divorce from Brady, with whom she shares son Benjamin Rein, 12, and daughter Vivian Lake, 9, the model was spotted Valente in Costa Rica with her children.

Since then, Gisele and Joaquim have been seen side-by-side several times, including running together in Costa Rica in January 2023, sparking more romance rumors between the two.

A source close to the model confided people magazine that Gisèle does not put a label on her situation with the jiu-jitsu instructor.

“Gisèle adores and trusts [Joaquim] and spent a lot of time with him, but I don’t think that’s a traditional dating scenario,” the insider shared. “They have a deep personal relationship and he is a teacher for her and the children. Whether or not it becomes more than it stays on the table.

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