Gisele Bundchen
Gisele Bundchen recently opened up about her relationship with Leonard DiCaprio. Pictured: Gisele Bundchen Visits 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' at Rockefeller Center on October 4, 2018 in New York City. Getty Images/Theo Wargo

Tom Brady's wife, Gisele Bündchen, once dated Leonardo DiCaprio before she tied the knot with the New England Patriots quarterback. However, the supermodel recently revealed that their relationship hadn't been healthy.

During an interview with Porter Magazine, Bündchen, 38, opened up about her previous relationship DiCaprio, 44, admitting that she used to "numbed" herself with alcohol, cigarettes and work while they were dating from 2000 to 2005.

"No longer numbing myself with smoking, drinking and too much work, I was becoming more and more aware of things that I'd chosen not to look at," Bündchen said of her decision to break up with DiCaprio.

According to the supermodel, the straw that broke the camel's back for the two of them was their different views in life. "Was I alone in wanting to do some serious soul-searching while he stayed the same? In the end, unfortunately, the answer was yes," she confessed.

But as they say, when one door closes, another opens. Bündchen has found love in her husband, Brady, with whom she shares son Benjamin, 9, and daughter Vivian, 6.

As for DiCaprio, the Oscar-winning actor has dated a string of models since parting ways with Bündchen. He had been linked to Bar Rafaeli, Toni Garrn, Eva Herzigova and Erin Heatherton, according to Daily Mail.

At the moment, DiCaprio is in a relationship with Camila Morrone, a 21-year-old model. The two were first spotted together in the summer of 2018 as they enjoyed a romantic getaway in Europe.

DiCaprio and Morrone were recently spotted together in Los Angeles. They were apparently meeting the actor's father, George DiCaprio, and his stepmother, Peggy Ann Farrar, for lunch.

Meanwhile, aside from her past relationship with DiCaprio, Bündchen also opened up about her life as a model and confessed that she used to suffer from panic attacks.

"When I was going through my panic attacks, I didn't even feel like I could share with anyone," she admitted. "I thought maybe I don't have the right, everybody is going through so many difficult things in the world, and I don't have the right to feel this way."

Bündchen, who has been one of the highest paid models in the world since 2004, also credited her success to her work ethic and discipline.

Following this interview, Bündchen will likely be cheering Brady once again when the quarterback leads his team, the New England Patriots, against the Los Angeles Rams at Super Bowl LIII this Sunday, Feb. 3.