Gisele Bündchen was spotted out and about in Miami on Friday amid her and Tom Brady’s marital drama.
The model looked casual in a white tee, matching sweats and sandals.
Bündchen’s outing came two days after Page Six reported that she and the NFL quarterback were both in Miami ahead of Hurricane Ian but planned to ride out the storm in separate homes.
A source told us that the former Victoria’s Secret Angel, 42, stayed in the home she and Brady rented in 2020 while their mansion was under renovation.
As for the 45-year-old athlete, the insider said it remained unclear where he was holed up, although it wasn’t with Bündchen.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers player prepared to return to Miami from Tampa on Monday after attempting to get their “stuff on the ground level up a little bit higher,” he said on an episode of his SiriusXM podcast.
“They’re talking about pretty high storm surges and it’s a scary thing,” Brady added on “Let’s Go! with Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray” of the hurricane, which hit Thursday.
He concluded, “I will say that it’s a scary thing when it really hits your doorstep.”
Bündchen was back in town by Wednesday, having previously been photographed in New York with daughter Vivian, 9. (Brady is also the father of sons Jack, 15, and Benjamin, 12.)
She and the former New England Patriots player have been making headlines since September for their “epic fight.”
“Tom and Gisele have recently struggled to make their marriage work and have grown apart,” a source told Page Six last month.
Although the pair have yet to address their drama, Brady alluded to “personal s–t” he was going through in August.
Bündchen, for her part, shared her thoughts on her husband’s shocking decision to un-retire from the NFL in March.
“This is a very violent sport, and I have my children and I would like him to be more present,” she said in her Elle magazine cover story. “[We’ve] definitely had those conversations over and over again.”
The businesswoman has been noticeably absent from Brady’s games since his 23rd season kicked off on Sept. 11.