Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen are one of the sporting worlds hottest married couples mainly due to both of their great looks and also their high profile jobs, namely Tom Brady as one of the top quarterbacks in the NFL and Gisele as one of the highest profile models for Victoria Secret. They also both earn a ton of money and in 2011 they were classified by Forbes as the highest paid celebrity couple with earnings of $76 million that year!
It was first reported that Tom and Gisele had began dating back in December of 2006 and for the next couple years the couple were a top headline on magazines around the world. After two years Tom and Gisele tied the knot at a small ceremony in Santa Monica on February 26th, 2009. Later that year, in December, the pairs first child was born.
Giselle is a Brazilian model that was declared “The Most Beautiful Girl in the World” in 200 by Rolling Stone Magazine. Since then she has appeared on the cover of Vogue, Victoria Secret, and more. She hosted America’s Top Model in Brazil, but has stayed away from a career in television to focus on her modelling. Even in 2011 she was still gracing multiple covers of Vogue and to this day she is still one of the most sought after models in the world.
Gisele has been involved in her share of controversies. The most notable one that involves husband Tom is the jinx that is known as the “Gisele” jinx. Because Tom had been 3-0 in Super Bowls before he started dating Gisele and has now not won a Super Bowl in the 5 years he has been with Gisele many Patriots fans are blaming Gisele. Especially after Tom has been to the Super Bowl twice in this time, but has lost both times.
When heckled by Giants fans about this Gisele was caught in a private conversation saying “My husband cannot fucking throw the ball and catch the ball at the same time!” which got a lot of media attention.
Gisele also caused some controversy when she said that having her child with Tom was not even a little bit painful. She then went on to say that breastfeeding should be a worldwide law, but she did later alter her comments just saying she felt that breastfeeding was important.