Rob Gronkowski has been a shoulder to lean on for his former teammate Tom Brady after the quarterback’s divorce from Gisele Bündchen.

“As a friend and a teammate of Tom’s through my whole career of 11 years, you just always send your support and love to him,” the retired tight end tells Page Six exclusively ahead of his annual Gronk Beach party.

“Even when I’m not playing with him, [I] love to see him be successful,” Gronkowski, 33, adds.

“His resume, his discipline is second to none. He’s just such a great teammate. You want to see nothing but success for him.”

Page Six exclusively reported in September 2022 that Brady, 45, was living apart from Bündchen, 42, after the longtime couple got into an “epic” fight about his decision to un-retire from the NFL earlier that year.

The seven-time Super Bowl champion and the supermodel quietly finalized their divorce in October in the midst of his third season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

“We arrived at this decision amicably and with gratitude for the time spent together,” he later wrote on Instagram. “We are blessed with beautiful and wonderful children who will continue to be the center of our world in every way.”

Bündchen explained in a statement of her own that the pair had “grown apart,” echoing that they intended to co-parent their kids “to give them the love, care and attention they greatly deserve.”

The exes have two children together: 13-year-old son Benjamin and 10-year-old daughter Vivian. Brady also shares 15-year-old son Jack with ex Bridget Moynahan.

Gronkowski, who hung up his cleats last year, will host Gronk Beach in Phoenix on Feb. 11, presented by the Beast Unleashed and headlined by 21 Savage, Diplo, Lil Jon and more.

Super Bowl LVII will kick off the following day at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz., with halftime performer Rihanna.

Recollections may vary.

Prince Harry’s credibility is being called into question following an apparent error in his controversial memoir, “Spare,” about his great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth’s death.

In the book, the Duke of Sussex, 38, recalls the exact moment he was alerted that the late Queen Elizabeth II‘s mom, Elizabeth the Queen Mother, died in March 2002.

Harry claims he was at his posh UK boarding school, Eton, when he learned that she had passed away in her sleep at the age of 101.

“At Eton, while studying, I took a call. I wish I could remember whose voice was at the other end; a courtier’s, I believe,” the prince wrote.

He continued, “I recall that it was just before Easter, the weather was bright and warm, light slanting through my window, filled with vivid colours. Your Royal Highness, the Queen Mother has died.”

Prince Harry’s inaccurate recount of the Queen Mother’s death signals that there could be other inconsistencies in his memoir, “Spare.”
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However, several reports contradict Harry’s claim that he was at school, stating he was actually on a ski trip in Klosters, Switzerland, with his father, King Charles III, and his brother, Prince William, at the time of the Queen Mother’s death.

There are also photos that show Harry was indeed returning to the UK from Switzerland a day after his great-grandmother’s passing.

The inconsistency has led many to question whether other parts of Harry’s book could be factually incorrect.

Harry wrote that he was at Eton when he learned of his great-grandmother’s passing.
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“Harry can’t even remember where he was when the Queen Mother died, so his recollections are not to be trusted. And he has an agenda, so there’s a lack of impartiality,” one person tweeted on Tuesday.

“Yet it’s day one since the #SpareUs release and already it’s clear Harry fabricated huge portions of the book from whole cloth to support his fake victimhood,” another Twitter user claimed. “He was not at Eton when the Queen Mother died and was not told by a ‘random courtier’. He’s a liar and a loser, full stop.”

Harry was reportedly skiing in Switzerland with his brother and dad at the time of the Queen Mother’s death.
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“Honestly is always the best policy otherwise recollections will definitely vary!!! ,” a third person wrote.

Critics then highlighted another detail about a gift Princess Diana allegedly gave Harry that also appeared to be wrong.

In his book, Harry wrote that his late mother bought him an Xbox for his 13th birthday in 1997 right before she died.

However, the Mirror reports that Xboxes did not exist until 2001 and the gaming console didn’t even hit shelves in Europe until a year later.

“Seems like the book is a bit on the hazy in the truth,” one person tweeted in response to the Xbox contradiction.

Another agreed, “That is the problem with multiple lies. You lose track, get cocky and forget to research.”

Prince Harry’s claim that his mom Princess Diana bought him an Xbox for his 13th birthday is another apparent discrepancy.
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Others pointed out, though, that Harry may have just mixed up the type of gaming system he received, with defenders noting that he could have gotten a PlayStation or Nintendo 64 and was just “confused.”

Harry made several scathing accusations about his royal family members in the book, which officially came out Tuesday, and those have now been brought into question.

Many are questioning the validity of the stories in Harry’s book.
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The redheaded royal accused Charles of referring to him as a “spare” on the day he was born and allegedly telling Diana, “Now you’ve given me an heir and a spare — my work is done.”

He also claimed that William physically attacked him after getting into an argument over his wife, Meghan Markle.

He and his wife, Meghan Markle, have been opening up about their feuds with royal family members.
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Harry also went after the Prince of Wales’ wife, Kate Middleton, claiming she brought Markle to tears ahead of their wedding.

The duke also dragged Charles’ wife, Queen Consort Camilla, and claimed that he and Prince William urged their father not to marry her.

Harry claimed that William physically attacked him during an argument about Markle in his book.
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Harry and Markle, 41, have been feuding with family members since they resigned from their royal duties in 2020 and moved to California, where they now reside with their two kids, Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1.

Tensions have grown stronger since the Sussexes have continued to air their family’s dirty laundry.

Aside from Harry’s tell-all memoir, the couple dropped a Netflix docuseries, “Harry & Meghan,” which was also met with plenty of backlash.

The pair have also sat for several bombshell interviews, including one in 2021 with Oprah Winfrey and, more recently, a solo one Harry did with Anderson Cooper on “60 Minutes.”

Page Six has reached out to Harry’s rep for comments on the inconsistencies in his book.

Pamela Anderson is taking her power back.

The “Baywatch” alum, 55, reveals in the official trailer for her upcoming Netflix documentary, “Pamela, a love story,” that she felt “sick” when she was recently forced to relive the trauma of her 1996 sex tape scandal with ex-husband Tommy Lee.

“I blocked that stolen tape out of my life in order to survive, and now that it’s all coming up again, I feel sick,” Anderson says in the clip, released Tuesday.

“I want to take control of the narrative for the first time.”

Pamela Anderson says she felt “sick” when her 1996 sex tape with ex-husband Tommy Lee was brought up in the media again.
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In the teaser, the former Playboy playmate did not go into detail as to how and why her sex tape has resurfaced. However, in February 2022, Hulu put out a miniseries called “Pam & Tommy,” starring Lily James and Sebastian Stan, which became a smash success.

At the time of its release, sources revealed that Anderson would “never” watch the show.

“I do know she’ll never, never watch this,” an insider previously told Entertainment Weekly. “Not even years from now. Not even the trailer.”

Lily James and Sebastian Stan were publicly praised for their performances as Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee, respectively, in the Hulu series.
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A month later, Netflix announced Anderson’s doc was in the works, and shared in a press release why it was important for the star to tell her own story.

“Pamela Anderson is ready to tell her story in a new documentary,” the streaming service wrote on Twitter.

“The film, which has been in the making for several years, will feature the pop culture icon setting the record straight as she looks back on her professional path and her personal journey.”

A note from Anderson then read, “My life, A thousand imperfections, a million misperceptions … I can only surprise you — not a victim, but a survivor and alive to tell the real story.”

Anderson and Lee were married from 1995 to 1998 and share two sons.
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Aside from detailing her love story with Lee, 60, and her other four ex-husbands, the “Barb Wire” star will also dive into the ups and downs of her career, including her recent Broadway debut in “Chicago.”

“I didn’t feel like I had a lot of respect,” Anderson says in the Netflix trailer. “I had to make a career out of the pieces left, but I’m not the damsel in distress. I put myself in crazy situations and (laughs) survived them.”

Anderson rose to fame as the star of “Baywatch” in the ’90s.
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She concludes by asking, “Why can’t we be the heroes of our own life story?” and then jokes, “Why don’t we just do all the interviews naked? There’s no mystery here.”

“Pamela, a love story” premieres Jan. 31 on Netflix.

Judge Judy called Prince Harry “selfish” and “spoiled” for writing bombshell claims against his royal family in his new memoir, “Spare.”

“I will tell you that I would be furious, and would think that that child or that grandchild was a selfish, spoiled, ungrateful one,” the “Judge Judy” star (real name: Judy Sheindlin) said Tuesday on “Good Morning Britain.”

Sheindlin’s brutally honest response came after she was asked how she would feel if her own family member had done that to her.

“That’s what I would feel, and be really hurt,” Sheindlin, 80, continued.

“I think anybody – anybody with a brain – would see that it’s disingenuous. It’s biting the hand that fed you, it’s unseemly.”

Judge Judy slammed Prince Harry for writing negative stories about his royal family in his new memoir, “Spare.”
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The Duke of Sussex’s highly anticipated memoir officially hit US bookshelves on Tuesday.

It has been met with plenty of mixed reviews from celebrities and fans alike.

The television personality called Harry’s words “unseemly.”
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The hashtag #ShutUpHarry even began trending after excerpts from the Spanish version of the book surfaced last Thursday.

In the controversial memoir, Harry, 38, makes several shocking accusations against his family, including an allegation that his older brother, Prince William, physically attacked him during a heated argument over his wife, Meghan Markle.

Prince Harry made several shocking claims about his family in the tell-all.
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The Invictus Games founder went on to claim that it was actually William, 40, and his wife, Kate Middleton, who encouraged him to wear a Nazi uniform to a costume party in 2005.

Harry took further aim at the Princess of Wales, 41, when he shared the alleged text messages between his sister-in-law and Markle, also 41.

In one scathing story, Harry claims his brother, the Prince of Wales, physically attacked him during an intense confrontation.
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The messages allegedly discussed the now-infamous flower girl dress feud that happened in the days leading up to Harry and Markle’s royal wedding in May 2018.

Middleton allegedly told Markle that she needed “all the dresses remade” after discovering that Princess Charlotte’s dress was “too baggy” on her just four days before the nuptials.

Harry also called out his sister-in-law, Kate Middleton, for allegedly causing the notorious flower girl feud.
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The back-and-forth messages eventually escalated and allegedly left Markle sobbing “on the floor.”

Harry told other stories about what allegedly led to the royal wives’ strained relationship – including Middleton “reluctantly” sharing her lip gloss with Markle and Middleton getting Markle in trouble after telling her she “must have baby brain” after giving birth to Prince Louis.

Markle and Middleton have reportedly had a strained relationship for years.
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Tom Bower, author of “Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the War Between the Windsors,” told Page Six that Middleton is “outraged and hurt” by Harry’s stories.

The dad of two included the text messages allegedly sent between Middleton and Markle that sparked the argument.
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The Prince of Wales also isn’t too happy with his brother’s harsh words.

Middleton is “outraged and hurt” by the comments Harry made about her in “Spare.”
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Royal expert Katie Nicholl shared with us, “William’s privately seething and devastated by what Harry has done. And just cannot forgive Harry for the things that he’s written.”

We’re told Kensington Palace and Buckingham Palace will not be providing any comment in response to Harry’s latest allegations at this time.