Gisele Bündchen is feeling very blessed after husband Tom Brady helped lead the New England Patriots to their fifth Super Bowl victory.
Bündchen is very proud of her husband for all of his hard work over the years. The supermodel took to Instagram on Monday to share a photo of her and Brady having an intimate moment after he helped win the Super Bowl for the Patriots Sunday night.
"Wonderful things come to those who work hard with focus, tireless dedication and who never stop believing," she tweeted. "Forever grateful for this moment. Congratulations my love!!#neverstopbeliving #lovemovesmountains #dedication #family #thankyouGod".
Wonderful things come to those who work hard with focus, tireless dedication and who never stop believing. Forever grateful for this moment. Congratulations my love!!#neverstopbeliving #lovemovesmountains #dedication #family #thankyouGod Coisas maravilhosas acontecem para aqueles que trabalham duro, com foco, dedicação incansável, e que nunca deixam de acreditar. Para sempre grata por este momento. Parabéns meu amor!! #nuncaparedeacreditar #oamormovemontanhas #dedicação #família #obrigadaDeus
A photo posted by Gisele Bündchen (@gisele) on Feb 6, 2017 at 7:58am PST
Brady thanked his family, including his two kids, in a postgame interview.
"They're all happy, so it's nice to have everybody here, and it's going to be a great celebration tonight," Brady said.
The Patriots pulled off a massive come-from-behind victory during Sunday night's Super Bowl against the Atlanta Falcons. The Pats were down 28-3 in the third quarter before turning things around and tying it up by the end of the fourth quarter. As such, it became the first Super Bowl in history to go to overtime. New England won the coin toss for possession and scored a touchdown just a few minutes into overtime, giving them their fifth Super Bowl victory.
New England's victory this year is also the fifth under the leadership of Brady and coach Bill Belichick, making them the record-holders for most Super Bowl wins for a quarterback and a head coach.