Gisele is one of the world top supermodels that has grabbed the covers of every major magazine in the world. Gisele was recently married to NFL Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. Gisele just gave birth to a boy named Benjamin Brady, pictures of the baby.
Her husband Tom Brady’s New England Patriots won Super Bowl XLIX over the weekend, and Gisele Bundchen has yet another reason to celebrate- she’s on the March 2015 cover of Vogue UK!
It’s not exactly surprising to see the Brazilian supermodel fronting Vogue, though- she’s been on the cover a total of fourteen times so far and this time she got to work with frequent collaborator Mario Testino.
She’s the highest-paid supermodel in the world and Gisele Bundchen couldn’t be prouder of her top NFL quarterback hubby Tom Brady.
Prior to last night’s (February 1) Super Bowl XLIX, the Brazilian poser got all gussied up in a bedazzled New England Patriots football jersey and snapped a selfie for her Instagram followers, with the caption, “Are you ready?!?! Let's go Pats!!!!! #superbowl.”
She’s always been an amazing cheerleader for her husband Tom Brady, and over the weekend Gisele Bundchen got her children geared up to root for the New England Patriots as they took on the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Championship Game.
The Brazilian supermodel took to her Instagram account to share a pair of photographs of Vivian, Benjamin and John (Tom’s son from his relationship with Bridget Moynahan) dressed in Brady NFL jerseys. Gisele added the caption, “We’re ready!!! Let’s go Daddy! Let’s go Pats!!!” Bundchen also helped her little ones make a banner with their handprints and the message, “Go Patriots! Love you daddy!”
Adding some sex appeal to Stuart Weitzman’s Spring 2015 spread, Gisele Bundchen ditched her shirt and worked her magic for the camera.
The newly-released preview sees the Brazilian stunner topless while wearing a pair of tailred trousers and a pair of black strappy heels. Explaining the “borrowed from the boys” vibe, shot by Mario Testino, Stuart explained, “I remember so clearly and pleasantly how tomboys came off so very sexy to me when I was young teenage boy.”