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Tom Brady Snuggles Gisele in romantic sunset snap ahead of Super Bowl LV

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The supermodel has posted a very adorable picture of the couple in which they can be seen sharing a romantic hug by the ocean. Gisele Bundchen and husband Tom Brady are reminiscing on spending sunsets before he suits up for the 10th season of Super Bowl appearance on Sunday, February 7.

The runway icon, 40, took to Instagram on February 1 to show her love to her husband of 12 years and posted a cute throwback picture. The couple would celebrate their 13th marriage anniversary on February 26. Gisele simply captioned her post with a red heart emoji and tagged Tom in the post. 

The sunset shot showed both of them holding each other while starring into each other’s eyes. Both of them wore matching white tops and touched each other’s nose in the snap. Tom, 43 wrote in the comments section that he missed her.

After Tom helped lead his Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a 31-26 win over Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship Game on January 24, his wife had shared a cute snap with their daughter Vivian Lake, 8, and son Benjamin Brady,11. To this post, Tom commented ‘best cheering section in the WORLD’ as they look all smiles dressed in No.12 jerseys. Gisele has written that they were already cheering and they all love him.

As per the reports, all that Tom wants is to see his entire family at Raymond James Stadium in Thampa where the championship would take place. He is just five days away from competing for his seventh ring with his new team. He has already collected six rings and four Super Bowl MVPs with New England Patriots.

If he wins in the upcoming season, then Tom will make history in many ways. Only three other quarterbacks in the history of the NFL have led multiple franchises to the Super Bowl, which include Peyton Manning, Craig Morton, and Kurt Warner. Morton managed to win a championship in NFC and AFC, but he lost both the Super Bowl for multiple franchises- the Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos.

If Tom wins on Sunday, he will be the first NFL QB to accomplish all of the latter.