Gisele Bundchen continues to back her ex-husband Tom Brady and her stepson Jack.
Bundchen left a red heart emoji underneath a photo of Brady and Jack, less than a month after she and the NFL star finalized their divorce, according to Page Six.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback posted a photo of his 15-year-old son practicing football with him on Instagram on Wednesday.
Brady, who can be seen in the background of the snap, wrote in the caption, “My inspiration.”
Brady lives with his ex-girlfriend Bridget Moynahan and their son, Jack. Bundchen, 42, on the other hand, has been assisting him in raising the rising football star since he was a baby.
Brady and Bundchen have two children, Benjamin, 12, and Vivian, nine.
The seven-time Super Bowl champion and Moynahan welcomed Jack into their home months after they divorced and he moved on with Bundchen. In December 2006, the Brazilian model began dating Brady, and in August 2007, Moynahan gave birth to Jack.
Bundchen said in her October 2018 memoir, “Lessons: My Path to a Meaningful Life”:
“Two months into our relationship, Tom told me that his ex-girlfriend was pregnant. The very next day the news was everywhere, and I felt my world had been turned upside down.”
Brady previously told “Access Hollywood” that the situation had brought him and Bundchen closer together.
He told the outlet:
“I’m blessed to find this life partner that we all kind of seek at different times in our life. We’ve been through a lot of ups and downs together, and in so many ways, that’s kind of built our relationship so strong.”
The football player and the supermodel married in February 2009. Meanwhile, in 2015, the “I, Robot” actress married businessman Andrew Frankel.
Moynahan shared a cryptic post about relationships ending just days before Brady and Bundchen finalized their divorce. Brady and Bundchen were rumored to be in a marital crisis and on the verge of divorce at the time, following his decision to resign from the NFL.
The quote Moynahan shared on Instagram read:
“Not everything is meant to be mended. Not all relationships are meant to last a lifetime. Sometimes we have to learn to get comfortable with the gifts that are offered through the ruptures and the endings instead of the stories of repair and reconciliation.”