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Gisele Bündchen Says Co-Parenting With Tom Brady Has Some “Easier Days Than Others”

"I can only control what I do."

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Since her divorce from Tom Brady in 2022, Gisele Bündchen has always been transparent about co-parenting with her ex, and in a new interview with Robin Roberts, the model is now admitting that there are some "easier days than others."

In a sneak peek of the upcoming segment, Bündchen speaks about her relationship with her ex-husband and raising their two kids Vivian and Benjamin. "I think there's easier days than others," she tells Roberts in the video. "And I can only control what I do."

"Everything I've experienced, it's made me realize what I want and what I don't want," she adds. At one point in the teaser, Bündchen gets choked up when Roberts asks how she's truly doing.

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At the end of the clip, Bündchen says, "Where my heart is now is where I am right now. I'm living my truth and I'm not apologizing for it." The interview debuts on Thursday, March 7, on Hulu.

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Gisele Bündchen/Instagram

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In a recent interview with Harper's Bazaar, the model got candid about her and Brady's parenting styles, saying she sometimes gets "pushback" from her kids since they split time between two households.

"'The way you make your room, the way you organize and make your bed is the way you’re going to do your life,’' she said. "'If you’re not learning here and now, then when and with who?’"

"Sometimes, I get pushback, especially because now they’re in two different homes, and there are two different ways," she continued. "But I feel like I owe it to my kids because of what my mom taught me."

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