Tom Brady isn’t the only one in his family with big news after Sunday’s Super Bowl.
Gisele Bündchen is leaving modeling agency IMG Models after 22 years, Page Six Style confirmed exclusively.
Our source says that the 40-year-old supermodel and mom of two has decided to take her representation in-house, giving the reigns to twin sister Patricia, who also works as her manager.
Despite saying goodbye to the Brazilian beauty, who happens to be one of the highest-paid models in the industry, IMG has welcomed two very fresh faces in the past month in the wake of Joe Biden’s inauguration: poet Amanda Gorman and Kamala Harris’ stepdaughter Ella Emhoff.
“It’s been a hot January as new faces and fresh blood are coming into the modeling industry,” our source said.
The agency is not only looking towards untapped newbies, but also seasoned vets; they re-signed Milla Jovovich, a former longtime client, last month after she jumped to The Society Model Management in 2019. There are plans to announce even more talent additions for the near future.
Last month, Bündchen and Brady sold their Tribeca pad for $37 million and are currently building a dream home on Indian Creek Island in Miami, also known as the “billionaire’s bunker,” Page Six revealed exclusively in December.
The family is currently celebrating Brady’s seventh Super Bowl win and the model was in attendance with son Benjamin and daughter Vivian as well as Brady’s son with Bridget Moynahan, Jack, in Tampa Bay.
A representative for Bündchen did not respond to Page Six Style’s request for comment.