The Brady bunch is bundling up! Gisele Bundchen shared several adorable family photos of her Super Bowl XLIX MVP husband Tom Brady and their son Benjamin celebrating the New England Patriots' victory on the day of the team's parade in Boston, on Wednesday, Feb. 4.
"My boys ready for the Patriots parade," the Brazilian supermodel, 34, wrote on Instagram. "#gopats #superbowlchamps #sohappy."
In her snap of the father-son bonding moment, Bundchen's 5-year-old son grins as he wears layers of Under Armour gear, and an oversized Patriots hat that covers his eyes. Ever the doting father, the Super Bowl champ looks handsome, modeling an ivory sweater, khakis, and a Pats hat.
Bundchen, who did not join them at the parade, later shared a photo from the outdoor occasion of Brady lifting up little Benjamin, who beams and grasps the shiny Vince Lombardi Trophy in his arms.
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Brady celebrated a career-defining milestone on Sunday, Feb. 1, with his fourth Super Bowl win. On hand to see the football hunk crowned Super Bowl MVP was his wife and sons Benjamin and Jack. (The athlete shares 7-year-old Jack with ex-girlfriend Bridget Moynahan.)
In a recent interview, Bundchen spoke about the origins of her steamy, high-profile marriage to Brady. "I knew Tom was the one straightaway," she told Vogue UK. "I could see it in his eyes that he was a man with integrity who believes in the same things I do."
As for family life? Prior to his victory, Brady told reporters last week that Jack and Ben were slightly different in terms of interests. "I’ve got one [son] that loves sports," Brady noted of Jack. "And another one that doesn’t love sports very much," he added about Benjamin.
And luckily, the entire fam, including 2-year-old Vivian, has recovered from a nasty cold. "I’ve had [a cold] for four or five days," Brady explained last Tuesday. "My kids got sick, and then my wife's pretty sick right now, so I brought it, unfortunately, to Phoenix. But I'll be fine. I'll be good."