Gisele Bundchen, Tom Brady Marriage: Athlete Says His Wife Is 'Best Part Of The Olympics' [VIDEO]

Gisele Bundchen is causing eyes to turn-- including her husband's-- at the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

On Monday, FOX Sports released a statement from the model's husband, Tom Brady, who mentioned how much he enjoyed watching his wife cross the stage at the Olympic Stadium during an Opening Ceremony.

"Well, it was amazing to see her out there and do that," Brady said about his wife. "It was the best part of the Olympics, for sure. It got me over on opening night so there hasn't been much reason for me to watch outside of seeing her represent her country."

Bundchen previously opened up to Access Hollywood on what it was like for her to be part of the ceremony that represented her home country Brazil. Due to how honorable it was, the model admitted she had to try really hard to keep herself together and not get emotional.

"I'm here representing my country," she said. "My country, I feel, it's about happiness and joy and the Brazilian people are so welcoming and loving, and I can't walk crying. What kind of representation is that? So I just tried to relax as much as I could and I was just so proud of being there, I was proud for Brazil, I was proud for our people...so many people who have worked hard to make such a beautiful celebration."

Bundchen also couldn't get over how grateful she is for her family who's always cheering her on.

"I'm here representing my country," she said. "My country, I feel, it's about happiness and joy and the Brazilian people are so welcoming and loving, and I can't walk crying. What kind of representation is that? So I just tried to relax as much as I could and I was just so proud of being there, I was proud for Brazil, I was proud for our people...so many people who have worked hard to make such a beautiful celebration."

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