Gisele Bündchen puts the super in supermodel — and super millionaire.
It was recently reported that the power couple have reportedly reached a divorce settlement, launching what’s sure to be one of the most big-budget financial splits in celebrity history.
Gisele’s divorce from Tom Brady
The Buccaneers quarterback and the catwalk queen have officially decided to end their 13-year marriage, TMZ first reported. Bündchen filed the divorce papers Friday and Brady is not expected to contest them.
The terms of Brady, 45, and 42-year-old Bündchen’s settlement will remain confidential and sealed, the outlet reported, but the A-listers will need to divide their massive assets.
Brady and Bündchen share son Benjamin, 12, daughter Vivian, 9, as well as son Jack, 15, from one of Brady’s previous relationship with “Blue Bloods” star Bridget Moynahan — and millions of dollars.
Gisele (and Tom’s) total net worths
Although Brady has been the one brining home the bacon in recent years, Bündchen is actually the bigger breadwinner of the family.
Brady has a reported net worth of $250 million, according to celebritynetworth.com. However, Spotrac estimated that number to be closer to $333 million after the 2022 season.
While the gridiron god brings home a hefty paycheck, it’s actually minimal compared to his wife’s lucrative endorsement deals.
Bündchen is reported to have her own $400 million fortune, according to some sources. The Brazilian bombshell walked in her first Victoria’s Secret fashion show in 2000 and continued as an Angel for nearly a decade until she hung up her wings in 2007.
Gisele’s endorsement deals and career earnings
The international style star signed a record-breaking five-year contract with Victoria’s Secret in 2000 for $25 million, per Insider. She then went on to earn $25 million in 2009 alone from campaign deals, including Versace, True Religion jeans, Dior and Ebel watches, according to Forbes.
Bündchen has also starred in an array of commercials and in 2015 had appeared in more TV commercials in Brazil than any other celebrity.
Forbes reports that she has earned a career total of $386 million from her modeling career. They also named her as the highest paid poser in the world for the 14th year in a row in 2016.
Gisele and Tom’s real estate portfolio
Together Brady and Bündchen share a $26 million property portfolio, with their most recent property purchase being a $17 million home on Indian Creek Island in Miami — nicknamed “Billionaires Bunker” — that they bought back in 2020.
They also own three other impressive spots in New York City, Montana and Costa Rica.
Brady and Bündchen downsized their Manhattan home late last year to a south-facing 12th floor 5,300-square-foot condo overlooking the Hudson River, according to property records. The new spot was only $3.6 million compared to the $36.8 million their larger condo was sold for.
Few details about the Montana home are known, but Brady has been spotted enjoying the Yellowstone Club is a super-exclusive development in Montana where the rich and famous, such as Bill Gates and Justin Timberlake, escape to.
It is estimated that the couple spent several million on the private purchase with condos at the exclusive community starting at $5.7 million with homes going for up to $30 million, according to the Yellowstone Club site.
They also share a very private remote home on the Nicoya Peninsula in Costa Rica, where the family often vacations, but even less is known about this property.
Gisele’s divorce settlement
Power couples at Brady and Bündchen’s level are assumed to have signed a prenup agreement before merging their lives and millions together, but the existence and details of such an agreement have yet to be confirmed.
The couple has been living apart in Miami while the quarterback is in the midst of his 23rd NFL season and public split, but have plenty of houses to jet set off to.
Bündchen put her career on pause to raise her kids while Brady ran around on the football field, but as the children get older and the couple splits it’s unclear what the supermodel has in store for her future.
This story originally appeared on NYPost