Inside Gisele Bundchen’s $400million fortune

Bundchen, 42, has been a household name for more than two decades and has amassed a fortune since breaking into the modeling industry.

In 1994, at the age of 14, Bundchen was discovered in a shopping mall by an Elite Model Management agent.

Only a year later, she competed in their Look of the Year modeling competition, finishing second nationally and fourth worldwide.

In 1996, she relocated to New York to pursue her career full-time, which was followed by her runway debut during New York Fashion Week and an appearance on the cover of the Brazilian edition of Vogue magazine in 1997.

Two years later, she appeared on the cover of American Vogue, which was followed by a lucrative five-year contract with Victoria’s Secret in 2000.

According to Forbes, Bundchen was the world’s highest-paid model between 2002 and 2016, and even though she no longer walks the runway, she will be the world’s second-highest-paid model in 2022.

Sponsorships from Chanel, Dolce & Gabanna, Dior, Pantene, and Carolina Herrera, among others, boosted his massive earnings.

She also signed a multi-year contract with Under Armour in 2014, which was, at the time, her largest contract to date.

Bundchen’s business ventures, however, extend far beyond sponsorships.

She also has a sandal line called Grendene, a lingerie line called Gisele Bundchen Brazilian Intimates with Hope, and her own skincare line called Sejaa Pure Skincare.

As if that wasn’t enough, Bundchen published Lessons: My Path to a Meaningful Life, which became a New York Times Best Seller, and she has appeared in films such as The Devil Wears Prada, Taxi, and the TV series Gisele & the Green Team.

According to Celebrity Net Worth, all of these revenue streams have resulted in a reported net worth of around $400 million, with an annual salary estimated at $40 million.

Bundchen’s now ex-husband Brady, on the other hand, has an estimated net worth of around $250 million and a salary of $30 million.

Brady’s NFL earnings total just under $333 million since 2000, making him a seven-time Super Bowl champion.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback also has a large business empire and a long list of endorsements, including Under Armour, Upper Deck, Fanatics, Aston Martin, UGG, and others.

Brady also founded TB12, a health and wellness brand, as well as the Brady apparel line, an NFL platform called Autograph, and 199 Productions, a media production company.

Divorces are rarely easy, especially when two children and just shy of a billion dollars are involved – but Bundchen and Brady’s divorce appears to have gone relatively smoothly.

The couple already had “an ironclad prenup,” according to Page Six.

According to their report, “there was an ironclad prenup set down before they married in 2009.”

“Because they each have their own separate business entities, separating their wealth wasn’t all that difficult in the end.” The only other significant factor was dividing their vast property portfolio.”

According to the report, Brady is expected to keep their $17 million mansion on Indian Creek Island in Miami, while Bundchen is expected to keep their home in Costa Rica.

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