Tom Brady’s Wife, Gisele Bündchen, And Their Kids Were His Biggest Fans At The Super Bowl

Sharing your successes with your family makes them all the more worthwhile.

Yesterday was the Super Bowl, and the New England Patriots took home the victory against the LA Rams with a 13-3 score led by Tom Brady in his ninth Super Bowl appearance. And as the Patriots celebrated their victory, Brady’s wife, Gisele Bündchen, and his kids stormed the field of the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta to congratulate the quarterback.

Bündchen went to her husband’s arms and planted a kiss on his lips as their 6-year-old daughter, Vivian, gave him a big hug.

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As the athlete took his daughter on the stage for the presentation of the Lombardi Trophy, the little girl gave a big cheer and held up the award.

Brady’s other kids, sons Benjamin and Jack, nine and eleven respectively, were also there to support their dad. They were all wearing Patriots jerseys with their father’s number, 12, on the back.

And it wasn’t only after the victory that the family gathered to support the athlete, as they had been cheering on him before the game too. Bündchen took to Instagram to share a picture of Vivien sporting her massive Jersey, which she captioned: “Let’s go papai !!! Let’s go pats !!!”

 

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The supermodel also shared an image which showed her and her husband embracing, and wrote, “I got your back.”

“And I have yours!!!!” her husband commented.

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During yesterday’s Super Bowl, Maroon 5 took to the stage to perform during the half-time show. He was joined by Travis Scott and Big Boi, who made brief appearances.

Cardi B was also asked to perform, but the rapper explained she has decided to opt out of the show in order to show solidarity towards football quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who caused controversy in 2016 when he knelt as the American national anthem played ahead of an NFL game to protest against oppression in the country.

 

Source: Eonline