Gisele Bundchen Shares Sweet Videos From Sunset Horseback Ride With Tom Brady and Kids
Gorgeous! Gisele Bundchen proved she and Tom Brady have the coolest family as she shared videos from a sunset horseback ride. The iconic supermodel gave fans a glimpse inside her fun outing as she shared a series of clips to Instagram on Tuesday, March 10.
In the handful of videos, Gisele, 39, the New England Patriots star, 42, and their blended brood of three kids, 12-year-old Jack, 10-year-old Ben and 7-year-old Vivian, can be seen soaking up the sunset during the evening.
“Who do I have over here? TB12 master, TB12 man over there the horsey,” the Brazilian model can be heard saying to her man before yelling over to her daughter in Spanish. “Vivi Lakey,” Gisele hollered.
As the Devil Wears Prada actress took her Instagram followers along for the ride, she showed off the gorgeous green forests and beaming sun. Gisele gushed over the “sun” and “nature” while taking in the well-deserved rest and relaxation.
The six-time Super Bowl champion — who shares Ben and Vivi with Gisele, and eldest son Jack with ex Bridget Moynahan — also shared snapshots from their family’s evening stroll. In one of the photos, Tom captured his wife and kids enjoying the fresh air and animals.
We bet Tom and Gisele, who tied the knot in 2009, couldn’t have been more thrilled to spend some quality time off with their growing family. As fans know, nothing will be more important to the pair than being the proud mom and dad of Jack, Ben and Vivi.
The Lessons author even opened up about her journey through motherhood while chatting with Vogue Australia in early March. Gisele revealed why it’s crucial for her to start each day before her husband and kids.
“Sometimes we forget about that. Life is so fast and there are so many things going at us and we feel like: ‘I have so much to do and I have so little time,'” she explained to the outlet. “This is why I wake up at 5:30 in the morning, because nobody needs anything from me at 5:30 and I can take care of myself … it’s like charging my batteries. I think it’s important to understand that it’s not just one thing. It’s not a quick fix. We gotta do the work.”