But there is often drama, and the unavoidable scrutiny, when it comes to the women in Brady’s life.
Being married to and having two children with Bundchen, while trying to maintain a relationship with Moynahan and their son John can certainly get complicated.
(Getty) Brady told an interviewer in 2016 that he loves being a father but isn’t sure whether he and his wife, Gisele Bundchen, will have more children.
Gisele often posts pictures of Tom and the kids on social media, and a buoyant Gisele was photographed at the Super Bowl.
(Photo by Mark Mainz/Getty Images) " data-medium-file="https://heavyeditorial.files.wordpress.com/2015/01/bradymoynahan.jpg?The "Tuck Rule" victory over the Oakland Raiders in a snowstorm in the divisional round in 2002 really thrust Brady and the Patriots into the national spotlight, but the win that launched the Patriots dynasty came against the St.Louis Rams as 14-point underdogs in Super Bowl XXXVI.They fundamentally ripped apart old touchstones about how to win games and raised questions about whether they did so with acceptable behavior.Perhaps most importantly, the events of that 2007 season immediately and irreparably changed the way we view the Pats and the key personnel involved with that team in ways that still resonate and recur a decade later.His wife, retired supermodel Gisele Bundchen, opened up in an interview yesterday about how hard it was dealing with the news of Brady’s ex-girlfriend, Bridget Moynahan, being pregnant with his baby in 2007—right after the model and quarterback started dating.