Tom Brady made a pretty big change to his Twitter header photo, after his ex-wife Gisele Bundchen was spotted out with her friend Joaquim Valente. The NFL player, 45, changed the photo from a family shot with the former model, 42, and their two kids Benjamin, 12, and Vivian, 9, as well as his older son John, 15. His new photo was taken during the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ recent overseas game in Germany.
The NFL star didn’t raise any fanfare in changing his header picture. He did tweet out the image, which showed him in uniform on the field at the Allianz Arena in Munich, during the game on Sunday, November 13. As Tom stood with his hands on his hips, a few flashes from cameras in the stands could be seen shining behind him. It’s a majestic shot of the football player. “What an atmosphere. Thank you Germany,” he tweeted along with the photo.
The old photo was a sweet family shot taken of Tom and Gisele with all three kids, per DailyMail. The shot was seemingly taken on a beach at sunset and had the whole family looking out at the horizon. It featured the whole family in height order with Tom wrapping his arm around Gisele. Despite changing the photo, he doesn’t seem to have adjusted his bio, which says, “Family and Football.”
The photo change came about two weeks after the Buccaneers QB and former model announced that they’d be divorcing after 13 years of marriage. The picture swap also comes very shortly after Gisele was seen grabbing dinner with her friend Joaquim Valente while on vacation in Costa Rica over the weekend. Besides the dinner date, Gisele was also seen practicing jiu-jitsu with Joaquim, which is fitting, because he’s an instructor.
Since the split, Tom has been open about the pair being courteous to one another and focusing on their co-parenting relationship, as he revealed in his first interview with his Let’s Go SiriusXM podcast. “Obviously the good news is it’s a very amicable situation and I’m really focused on two things, taking care of my family and certainly my children and, secondly, doing the best job I can to win football games,” he said.