Tom Brady, Gisele Bundchen Relationship Update: Patriots QB Reveals What Date Night Is Like With Model Wife [VIDEO]
Tom Brady may not be able to play the first four games of the NFL season, but at least he still goes home to a model.
The Patriots quarterback will sit out the first four weeks of the season as he serves his Deflategate suspension. Brady has been married to model Gisele Bundchen since 2009 and he recently gushed about his date nights with her.
"I like whatever it is, as long as we're together," Brady said via Terez Owens. "Whether it's movies or dinner or walks or whatever, our lives are busy. Especially during the football season for me, I don't get a lot of time, but whenever I do get the time, it's a precious time for me."
Brady also called Bundchen, who was involved in the Opening Ceremonies in her native Brazil during the 2016 Rio Summer Olympic Games, a "great life partner."
The four-time Super Bowl champion has a longer offseason to enjoy with Bundchen than usual. Jimmy Garappolo will be under center when the Patriots kick-off their season against the Cardinals this Sunday in Arizona. Brady will also be sidelined for home games against the Dolphins, Texans and Bills before returning in Week 5 to battle the Browns in Cleveland.
Brady's public gushing about his wife is a far cry from the speculation of troubles that surrounded them mere months ago.
Divorce rumors surrounded the couple, but.Brady recently downplayed any issues between them.
"[We've] been through a lot of ups and downs together," Brady told 'Access Hollywood' in June, "and in so many ways that built [the] relationship. We all have our challenges that we face in our life. And it's great to have that rock that you can always lean on that can support you in different ways that you need to."
Brady and Bundchen also recently purchased a New York City apartment overlooking Manhattan that costs over $20 million.
The quarterback was very proud to watch Bundchen appear at the Olympics.
"It was amazing to see her out there and do that," Brady said last month, according to TheScore.com. "It was the best part of the Olympics for me, and it got over on opening night, so there hasn't been much reason for me to watch outside of seeing her represent her country."
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