Gisele Bündchen took to Instagram to give fans a first glimpse behind the scenes of her experience on Super Bowl Sunday, all in support of her husband, Buccaneers Quarterback Tom Brady.
Gisele Bündchen was firmly in the corner of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for her Super Bowl LV experience as she joined in on the football hype to cheer on her husband Tom Brady’s impressive 10th appearance.
The supermodel took fans to the Raymond James Stadium, through the game until the final moment Brady won his 7th ring after beating the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9 before celebrating on the field with her family.
Bündchen treated fans to Instagram stories and posts as she made her way onto the stadium. On arrival, the 40-year-old then shared an image at the buzzy stadium of a hilarious picture of Brady’s face photoshopped onto a goat.
Donning a black shirt with the Buccaneers logo and a black mask with Brady’s jersey number Bündchen adhered to Covid-19 precautions. Before she arrived at the stadium, she cheered on Brady on Instagram first.
“Let’s go Bucs!!!!!!! Let’s go papai!!! #LFG #superbowl ? ? ?.”
During the game, Bündchen appeared to be seated high up in the crowds and shared a snap of Brady projected on the large screen as the quarterback was immersed deep in his element as he focused on his play.
Brady sailed the Buccaneers to victory and, the mom of two, took a sweet approach in celebrating her husband’s win with a video of her adorable children altogether, overjoyed at the result.
Bündchen, a former Victoria Secret alum, is reported to be worth more than Brady.
The video showed Bündchen’s children and Brady’s 13-year-old son Jack, who he shares with ex-girlfriend Bridget Moynahan, decked out in number 12 Brady jerseys cheering at their father’s victory.
On his win, Bündchen took to the field to embrace her husband, and the two shared a celebratory kiss. Touched, Brady also shared his feelings for his cheer team, commenting on Bündchen’s Instagram post.
“The best cheering section in the WORLD.”
Brady’s win marks his 7th wing at the Super Bowl. This is the athlete’s 10th appearance at the Super Bowl and his first season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers since leaving the New England Patriots in March 2020.
Rob Gronkowski, Brady’s former Patriot teammate, also contributed to the Buccaneers victory. Gronkowski joined Brady at the Buccaneers after breaking his retirement in April 2020.
Brady’s multi-million deal with the Florida team adds to the reportedly $600 million net worth he and his wife share. However, Bündchen, a former Victoria Secret alum, is reported to be worth more than Brady.
Celebrities were also in attendance at the Super Bowl. From David Beckham to Ciara and Jennifer Lopez, the stars came out to support their teams, including The Weeknd, who performed at the Halftime Show.