Only time will tell if the number 12 is a lucky one.
After announcing her new partnership with Gaia Herbs in New York earlier this week, Gisele Bündchen took some time to give everyone an update on her family.Although she opened up about ultimately putting herself and her mental health first in her cover story peopleShe also noted that her children are doing well, with her son Benjamin, 13, already following in the footsteps of his father, Tom Brady, and playing football.
“Benny is playing football,” she told the magazine, adding that her son continued Tom Brady’s tradition of wearing No. 12 on his jersey. “He just started and his first game was amazing. It was great to go because all the little kids came up to me and said, ‘Oh my gosh, I love Benny. I love Vicki. They’re so great,'” he said. Helped me solve this problem. “”
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Bündchen went on to say that she enjoys seeing children develop their own personalities and principles, even if they are doing something like entering the family business.
“It makes me proud to see how they have become their own little individuals, but so strong in their principles and values. It makes me happy to see them flourish and become their own being,” she added.
Brady also talked about Ben’s new foray into football.During an appearance on the SiriusXM Podcast let’s go!With Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald and Jim GrayThe now-retired pro explained that he spends some of his free time practicing with his son.
“I always loved throwing the ball. My son Benny is going to play football this year, so I’ve been throwing the ball to him in the backyard. He wants to be a tight end like Gronk (Rob Gronkowski) He’s going to be a little beast,” Brady said. “He’s an amazing kid, he’s got a lot of talent. He’s a very talented musician and artist. And then this year he told me, ‘Dad, I’m playing football.'” I was like, ‘You want to play What? ’ He said, ‘Tight end. I want to be like Gronk! ‘”
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