Superstar couple Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen are enjoying a little family time as they celebrate Easter with their kids.
While some families celebrate Easter with an egg hunt or sunrise church service, the Brady family did so by sharing a photo on social media. Gisele posted a beautiful photo of the happy family embracing on what appears to be a beach near a large body of water. The photo shows mom and dad along with two youngsters in a loving hug together. Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen were married in 2009.
The supermodel also includes a message of love and togetherness around the world that she repeats in multiple languages.
“Happy Easter!” she writes in the post’s caption space. “Sending so much love to you and your families. May the spirit of renewal and rebirth fill all our hearts with hope and gratitude.”
The Easter Sunday morning post drew a lot of attention with more than 260,000 “likes” and hundreds of comments. Several Instagram users took to the comments section to return the favor and wish the family a wonderful Easter. Others made mention of what a beautiful family Tom Brady and Gisele have. Among the post’s commenters was Tom Brady, who chimes in to wish his lovely wife a happy Easter holiday. Brady also recently got into the April Fools Day spirit as well.
Tom Brady Returning to Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Brady, now 43-years-old, is coming off his seventh Super Bowl win in his 10th appearance. He and his Tampa Bay Buccaneer teammates took the National Football league Championship with a victory over the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9. Tom Brady was his usual self in the big game, throwing three touchdowns and taking home Most Valuable Player honors. In his first season with the Bucs, Tom Brady had an MVP-caliber regular season in the face of a deadly pandemic.
He threw for 4,633 yards with 40 touchdowns to just 12 interceptions during the 2020 season. Earlier this offseason Tom Brady signed a new deal with the Tampa Bay Bucs that will keep him on the team for the foreseeable future. At the age of 43, Brady expresses a desire to continue playing football into his mid 40’s. Judging by last season, he still has plenty of gas left in the tank for another Super Bowl run with the Bucs.