Gisele Bündchen wants Tom Brady “to be more present”


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The model opened up about her worries about Brady’s career during an interview with Elle magazine.

Gisele Bündchen discussed Tom Brady’s football career with Elle magazine. Charles Sykes/Invision/AP

Gisele Bündchen is worried about Tom Brady’s decision to continue playing football, according to an interview with Elle magazine.

Brady briefly retired before returning to the Buccaneers for his 23rd season. He took an 11-day absence from the team during the preseason, but he didn’t skip a beat on the field, leading Tampa Bay to a season-opening win over the Dallas Cowboys.

According to her, Bundchen sees depictions of her desperate for Brady to retire as “sexist”.

“I think that’s the system we live in,” Bündchen said. “That’s what society has accepted and what society hasn’t accepted.”

She knows how much he loves the game, but she still has her concerns which she made clear.

“Obviously I have my concerns – it’s a very violent sport, and I have my children and I would like it to be more present,” Bündchen said. “I’ve certainly had these conversations with him over and over again. But at the end of the day, I think everyone has to make a decision that works for them. [them]. He must also follow his joy.

The model lived in Boston for years while Brady played for the Patriots. She said she was grateful to have been there for the moments that shaped who her children are and that seeing Brady’s success made her feel good.

“I did my part, that is to say [to] to be there for [Tom]Bundchen said. “I moved to Boston and focused on creating a cocoon and loving environment for my children to grow up and be there to support him and his dreams. Seeing my children succeed and become the beautiful little humans that they are, seeing him succeed and flourish in his career makes me happy. At this point in my life, I feel like I did a good job of that.



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