- After divorcing, Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen share parenting of their kids, so they spend Christmas with them two days later.
- Vivian and Benjamin took their first vacation to Bündchen’s native Brazil following their parents’ divorce.
Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen co-parent their children after their divorce, so they celebrate Christmas with them two days after the holiday.
Vivian Lake, 10, and Benjamin Rein, 13, are children of Brady, 45, and Bündchen, 42. In addition, Brady and his ex-girlfriend Bridget Moynahan share a 15-year-old son named John “Jack” Edward.
Brady and Bündchen divorced in October, 13 years into their union.
After their parents’ divorce, Vivian and Benjamin went on vacation to Bündchen’s native Brazil for their first holiday.
The supermodel uploaded pictures of her children engaging in activities like horseback riding, biking, fishing, singing karaoke, and petting animals.
The NFL quarterback played his first Christmas game on Sunday in the meantime. The Arizona Cardinals were faced by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who prevailed 19-16.
Brady posted images from his family’s Christmas celebration on his Instagram Story on Tuesday.
Benny’s Self Portrait, a drawing that appears to depict Vivian, Benjamin, and Jack as anime characters, was the first post.
The real thing, which depicts Benjamin and Jack hugging Vivian in front of the Christmas tree, is shown after the anime post.
Brady captures Christmas stockings hanging on the wall in a third image. The other two appear for his pets, Lua and Fluffy, while three are for his children.
A pair of Vivian’s holiday socks, who is “just a girl who loves horses,” was one of the pairs that the family used as models.
The children will have “full access to both [parents], whenever they want,” a source who was close to the couple after their separation told our source.
The insider continued, “They have a schedule, but neither of them would stop their children from seeing the other parent.” “Neither of them is like that.”
On his Sirius XM programme Let’s Go! with Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald, and Jim Gray, Brady discussed the split and said that since he and Bündchen’s divorce was finalised, he is “really focused” on his kids.
The good news is that everything is resolved amicably, and he said, “I’m focused on two things: taking care of my family and my children.”
“Each of us faces particular difficulties in life. We’re all just people. We exert our best effort, “Brady went on.
“My wonderful parents have always taught me how to handle situations properly. I always try to do things right because I want to be a great father to my kids.”