“What a ride the last decade has been,” the supermodel, 39, began a reflective Instagram post on Wednesday, March 18. “Boston has been so good to us and will always be in our hearts. We will forever have wonderful memories. Our kids were born and raised there and we have made special friendships to last a lifetime.”
Bündchen wrote that while she will “miss our friends, the beautiful change of seasons and the rides to the stadium to go cheer for Tom and the Pats,” she is looking forward to the next chapter in their lives.
“Thank you to everyone who has been so supportive of my husband and our family throughout all these years,” she concluded. “We will miss you!”
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What a ride the last decade has been. Boston has been so good to us and will always be in our hearts. We will forever have wonderful memories. Our kids were born and raised there and we have made special friendships to last a lifetime. I’ll miss our friends, the beautiful change of seasons and the rides to the stadium to go cheer for Tom and the Pats. Thank you to everyone who has been so supportive of my husband and our family throughout all these years. We will miss you! ❤🙏 Quanta transformação que aconteceu na minha vida nessa última década. Boston foi muito acolhedora conosco e estará sempre em nossos corações. Nós teremos para sempre memórias incríveis. Nossas crianças nasceram e cresceram lá e fizemos amizades especiais para o resto da vida. Vou sentir saudades dos nossos amigos, das lindas trocas de estações e de todas as nossas idas ao estádio para torcer pelo Tom e pelo Pats. Agradeço a todos que apoiaram meu marido e minha família por todos esses anos. Vamos sentir saudades!
In her post, the Brazil native included a slideshow of 10 photos from the past decade, reflecting upon her pregnancies, time with family and trips to Gillette Stadium to cheer on the Patriots.
Brady, 42, announced on Tuesday, March 17, that he was moving on from the New England team after a historic 20-season run.
“It has truly been the happiest two decades I could have envisioned in my life and I have nothing but love and gratitude for my time in New England,” he wrote in a statement shared on Instagram and Twitter. “The support has been overwhelming – I wish every player could experience it. … I don’t know what my football future holds but it is time for me to open a new stage for my life and career. I thank you from the bottom of my heart and I will always love you and what we have shared – a lifetime full of fun memories.”
Bündchen — with whom the six-time Super Bowl champ shares son Benjamin, 10, and daughter Vivian, 7 — commented on her husband’s post, writing, “So much gratitude for all the wonderful experiences and friendships we had in beautiful New England this [sic] past few years.”