Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen took a court-ordered parenting course ahead of divorce: Report
This summer, former supermodel Gisele Bundchen and reality TV star Brady Bunch star quarterback Tom Brady took a mandatory court-ordered parenting course on fatherhood that was first reported by People magazine and now by Radar Online!
Gisele, 25, a Brazilian supermodel, who was named Brazil’s sexiest woman in 2012 by Woman Magazine, reportedly has been living with husband Oliviero Toscani since they were married in 2008.
Tom, who was born in Michigan, has been married to Gisele since June 2009, and also has a son from a previous relationship.
Radar Online reported that the couple’s four-year court-ordered parenting course was held on a yacht in Italy, and required that Brady, 26, and Gisele, 25, attend an intimate workshop conducted by doctors with the Institute of Medicine in Manhattan.
The course included discussions on how to parent to avoid “toxic” parenting styles and on “common pitfalls” that occur to couples when they try to balance a relationship with having children.
The couple also learned how to communicate during a day-long workshop, according to Radar Online.
The course was first reported by USA Today on July 3.
“It’s good to learn how to create the perfect relationship with your kids,” one parent, identified as Jane Doe, said. “I think parents don’t talk to their kids enough when they are little.”
“I have an idea for a movie about Tom Brady and Gisele, and I wish Gisele would write it,” Jane said. “When you were young, you were the king and queen and nobody could do anything to you. Now kids are fighting and they have to be taught how to cooperate with each other.”
Radar Online reported that Brady and Gisele’s relationship reportedly came to the attention of the police in mid-March.
A New York State Police spokesman told New York Post that the report that “a New England Patriots football player and a model” were “in a relationship” is “100 percent false.”
Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen have been in a “long-term, non-sexual relationship,” according to the New York Post