RadarOnline.com has learnt that Gisele Bündchen has processed her divorce from Tom Brady and is prepared to go on with her life.
In the days following the conclusion of her divorce, Bündchen, 45, is not in a state of emotional breakdown, according to sources close to the supermodel.
As previously revealed by RadarOnline.com, Bündchen petitioned a Florida court last week to dissolve her 13-year marriage. The two had worked out a settlement that dealt with custody, support, and the division of their assets before going to court.
According to a source who spoke to People, Bündchen is "handling difficulties that have been troubling her for a long time."
The insider told the publication that although Brady, 45, found the breakup "hard at first," enough time had passed for her to "get settled."
Gisele's buddy made fun of Tom by saying that she was "not afraid to do things by yourself" because she had "lived her own life for years while Tom played football."
According to a person who recently saw the model, she looked incredible. You would never know she was divorcing her husband, they continued.
Brady and Bündchen have two kids together: Benjamin, 12, and Vivian, 9. The divorce settlement's terms were kept confidential.
In the years prior to the divorce, Bündchen and Brady desperately tried to save their marriage, as RadarOnline.com previously reported. According to sources, the couple tried couples therapy earlier this year but was unable to resolve their concerns.
In a statement to the public following the case, Tom said, "After 13 years of marriage, my wife and I recently finalised our divorce from one another. With respect and appreciation for the time we had together, we came to this choice. We have great children who are the centre of our world in every manner; we are blessed with them.
"Obviously, doing so is painful and challenging, just like it is for many people who experience the same thing every day all across the world. However, while we pursue whatever brand-new chapters in our life have still to be written, we wish nothing but the best for each other," he said.