Tom Brady Talks about How He Is Getting Back to Normal Life after the Super Bowl
Tom Brady’s latest interview had him talking about life after the Super Bowl LV games, opening up to the reactions after his big win with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
World champion Tom Brady once again proved his outstanding expertise during the Super Bowl LV, which marked his first season and first victory with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Now that the season is over, the star is back at home, running his household alongside his A-list fashion mogul wife, Gisele Bündchen. This he relayed on “The Late Late Show with James Corden.”
Tom Brady #12 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers hoists the Vince Lombardi Trophy after winning Super Bowl LV at Raymond James Stadium on February 07, 2021 | Photo: Getty Images
The star joined the show virtually, filming from the comfort of his luxury home, hilariously letting Corden know that Bündchen delegated duties to him. He also added that it has been fun being at home.
Brady recalled his big win at the Super Bowl LV, noting that he felt the awareness that the season was finally over and his team won. Brady shared that when he searched for his family, his oldest son was the first to give him a big hug.
The other kids followed before his famous wife warmed up to him with a sweet hug. He mentioned that Bündchen whispered to him, asking, “What more do you have to prove?”
Bündchen felt it was best that her husband walked away, but he didn’t.
Her words alluded to how fulfilled Brady was since he started making a name for himself as a football player. The super bowl winning came as Brady's seventh super bowl victory.
The star shared that he did not want to continue having the conversation with Bündchen at that moment as he swiftly changed the topic, joining the thousand other fans in celebrating the Buccaneers’ win.
Once speaking about fatherhood, Brady excitedly acknowledged that he won his first three super bowl games before they were born. However, the last four took place before their eyes.
He shared that despite his consecutive victories and world recognition, his kids basically saw him as “dad.” He added that his kids showed him love and were special in their unique ways.