Gisele Bündchen kisses Tom Brady after Super Bowl win, gushes over his 'tireless commitment'
The couple, who have been married since 2009 now, shared a super sweet smooch packed with joy and pride as the professional athlete kneeled in front of his wife after the win
Tom Brady sealed his sixth Super Bowl win with a kiss on Sunday night. The New England Patriots quarterback was reeling from the joy of victory at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta when his wife Gisele Bündchen came down from the stands to congratulate him with a kiss.
The couple, who have been married since 2009, shared a super sweet smooch packed with joy and pride as the professional athlete knelt in front of Bündchen. There was another sweet moment captured by the cameras that saw a uniform-less Brady leaned down as a smiley Bündchen held his head in her hands, reported People.
The entire time, Brady had the couple's daughter, six-year-old Vivian Lake, clung to his shoulder as he wrapped his arm around her. His hot supermodel girlfriend attended the game in super casual clothing: a simple white t-shirt and jeans, with her long, wavy locks falling around her shoulders.
Bündchen further celebrated her athletic husband's win on Monday, sharing the images with the caption, “What a special night. Congratulations Patriots! Congratulations my love! Your tireless commitment, discipline and hard work never cease to amaze me. We love you!”
Brady too celebrated his victory with an Instagram post which he captioned, "THE W." The clip is seemingly meant to be a response to critics who had claimed that the Patriots' Super Bowl dynasty was coming to an end, and it shows Brady and Rob Gronkowski nodding at the camera.
In the background of the short clip, one can hear Eminem's 'Without Me', featuring the famous lyrics "Guess who's back?", playing, and the whole clip concludes with a bold message that says: "Still here… To be continued…", flashing across the screen.
"We fought through it more than anything. It’s unbelievable to win this game," Brady told reporters after the game. Asking if a win means imminent retirement for Brady, he asserted, "It doesn’t change anything."
A doting father, Brady also brought daughter Vivian along to accept the Vince Lombardi Trophy after his team beat the Los Angeles Rams 13-3. At the time, Vivian was all smiles and decked out in Patriots gear, as she excitedly held up the trophy with a little bit of help from her dad.
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