There were rumored sparks flying at Michael Rubin’s star-studded Hamptons bash over the holiday weekend.
According to a source, Tom Brady and Kim Kardashian were allegedly “super flirty with each other” at the annual white party hosted by the Fanatics CEO. The source claimed they were seen together on the beach during the day and dancing together at night.
An insider suggested that Brady, 45, is exactly Kardashian’s type. However, both Brady and Kardashian have remained silent about the recent report.
Throughout the night, Brady and Kardashian were photographed separately as they mingled with friends and other celebrities. Brady was seen chatting with Patriots owner Robert Kraft, as well as Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons and Ravens wideout Odell Beckham Jr. Kardashian, who admitted to taking 11 shots at the party on Twitter, was captured in photos with Rubin, her close friend La La Anthony, and Paris Saint-Germain star Kylian Mbappé.
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Kardashian shared her excitement about the event on Instagram, exclaiming, “MICHAEL RUBIN’S WHITE PARTY! What a night! Still recovering!”
Due to Rubin’s no-media policy at the renowned event, it remains unclear exactly what happened in the Hamptons. In May, Page Six reported that Kardashian was searching for a vacation home in Brady’s exclusive Bahamian neighborhood, Baker’s Bay. At the time, a source mentioned that Kardashian had contacted Brady for advice on the property.
However, a representative for Brady dismissed any romance speculation, stating, “Kim and Tom have friends and business partners in common, but they are not dating.”
A literal movie – white party 2023 recap pic.twitter.com/1D3vlpCNBq
— Michael Rubin (@michaelrubin) July 4, 2023
Brady and his former wife Gisele Bündchen purchased a vacation home at Baker’s Bay Golf & Ocean Club years ago. The couple shares two children, Vivian and Benjamin, while Brady has another son, Jack, with actress Bridget Moynahan. Kardashian has four children with her ex-husband Kanye West: North, Chicago, Saint, and Psalm.
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