Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady are just like a match made in heaven. The NFL QB and the Brazilian supermodel are bona fide power couple of this generation.
Bündchen calls out celebrity host Ellen as her lucky charm, and she has a good reason to say so. Many people say the romance of your life will appear out of the blue.
Just after showing up on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in 2006; Gisele Bündchen went on a blind date set by a mutual friend and fell in love with her current husband, Buccaneers QB Tom Brady.
In December 2018, Gisele Bündchen returned to the program and spoke with Ellen about what has changed in the last 12 years — particularly with her profession, cohabitation, and kids.
The host mentions that Bündchen has been single and childless when she last appeared on the program in 2006. But she went on her first blind date with Tom Brady soon after meeting the TV host. Bündchen referred to Ellen as her ‘good luck charm.’
“I went on a blind date and I met my husband. So I think you might have been my good luck charm,” Bündchen tells Ellen.
“Thank you! Twelve years later, I’m very happy with how things turned out, so I appreciate it.”
Cut to the year 2022; Tom Brady and Gisele are happily married and living a successful life. It has been more than a decade now. The couple now has two kids, Benjamin Reid and Vivian Lake.
Gisele Bündchen reveals regarding what Tom Brady isn’t good at
Further, in the show, the Saints enthusiast Ellen asks Gisele about what TB12 isn’t good.
Ellen asks out of curiosity as Brady looks good at everything. The Blonde Diva reveals the GOAT isn’t a multitasker and “can just do one thing at a time.”
Maintaining a relationship is not a piece of cake. It is a waltz that both partners need to perform together. Understanding is key, and that’s what Tom Brady has been adhering to all his married life. Gisele once mentions that as TB12 immerses in football, Gisele takes over the reins and runs the family.
It is not as a fairy tale as it seems. They work in every situation, bringing out the best in them and synchronizing themselves.