Gisele Bündchen visits a holistic healer with whom there are divorce rumors Tom Brady continue to circulate.
The Brazilian model was seen visiting her spiritual healer on Friday. Bündchen was seen wearing green sweatpants paired with a white T-shirt while talking on the phone and clutching a water bottle.
The Bundchens wedding ring was notably missing again.
The 42-year-old supermodel was first spotted leaving a holistic healer’s office in Miami in late September.
Her deal didn’t end inside the building, however, as the naturopath reportedly brought a smudge and burned sage around Bündchen’s vehicle before she drove off.
Burning sage is a centuries-old indigenous ritual that has been known to spiritually cleanse a person or a space. Bündchen’s alternative lifestyle includes clean living, wellness routines, meditation and eating only home-grown or organic food.
The NFL star posted a photo on his Instagram story of himself and his son fishing, but Bündchen was apparently missing for the moment. The former Victoria’s Secret model was also noticeably absent from the game.
“Great win and a perfect night,” Brady captioned the photo.
Brady shares two children with Bündchen, Vivian and Benjamin. He also shares son Jack with ex Bridget Moynahan.
Brady’s post with her son comes as Bündchen continues to step out without wearing her wedding ring.
Sources claimed that the marital problems between Bündchen and Brady are “nothing new.”
“[The problems] are 10 years old,” an insider told the magazine. “This has been going on forever. It’s nothing new for either of them.”
Multiple sources told the outlet that Brady’s decision to retire from the NFL caused “a lot of tension” between the pair.
Brady originally announced his retirement from the NFL after 22 seasons on February 1st. But just 40 days later, the Super Bowl-winning quarterback announced that he would not, in fact, be retiring.
Bündchen expressed her concern over Brady returns to football in a recent interview with Elle magazine.
“Obviously I have my concerns – this is a very violent sport and I have my children and I would like him to be more present,” she told the paper.
“I’ve certainly had those conversations with him over and over. But at the end of the day, I feel like everybody has to make a decision that works for [them]. He must also follow his joy.
Fox News Digital’s Lauryn Overhultz and Tracy Wright contributed to this report.