Ex-lovers Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady have a cordial relationship.
This past week, Tom Brady, who is now 45 years old, posted a picture on Instagram that showed his eldest kid, son John “Jack” Edward, who is now 15, getting ready to toss a football.
It seems as if the quarterback of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers is standing off to the side behind him and observing what appears to be other players on the field during what is being shown as a drill.
The photograph was captioned with the phrase “My Inspiration” by the man who is a father of three and who has previously discussed his son’s passion for football.
In the space for user comments, Bündchen, who is 42 years old, wrote a brief but kind note and attached a single red heart emoji.
As a couple, Brady and Bündchen are parents to Vivian Lake, 9, and Benjamin Rein, 12; however, the NFL star is also a parent to Jack, who he had with his ex-girlfriend Bridget Moynahan.
This week, Brady also uploaded another series of images of his son Jack on his Instagram Story, including a shot of Jack in a huddle with his teammates, where he proudly referred to Jack as “Just one of the guys.”
In a another photo, he instructed Jack to “Fire that pigskin!!!” as the teenager prepared to toss a football, and in yet another photo, he affectionately referred to Jack as “my [heart].”
During an earlier episode of his SiriusXM podcast titled “Let’s Go!,” the NFL veteran discussed his thoughts on Thanksgiving in anticipation of his first time experiencing the holiday as a single parent of three children.
In the episode that aired on November 21, he was quoted as saying, “I view myself as a dad and being thankful around Thanksgiving, it’s always time for family.” “When you think about this holiday and the commitment that parents make, and when you think about the commitment that my parents made to both me and my profession, it is remarkable.”
Brady said that he was “looking forward to ending great here after Thanksgiving,” while also recognizing the contribution that his whole family has made to his 23-year career.
He proceeded by saying, “And of course with a great deal of thanks to the individuals who have had such an enormous influence on my life and who have supported me all the way through this incredible career.” “All I want to do is be that for my children. You know, all I really want is to be the greatest possible parent that I can be.”
Earlier this month, a source close to the NFL star told PEOPLE that Brady and Bündchen’s two children will have “full access to both [parents], whenever they want” as they adjust to their new family dynamic following the decision of the couple to divorce after 13 years of marriage. The couple’s decision to divorce came after the couple had been married for 13 years.
“They are free to see either of their parents whenever they wish. Even though they have a plan, neither one of them would ever prohibit their children from spending time with the other parent “including the original source. “Neither one of them is even close to becoming that.”
According to the next statement made by the insider, “The kids love both of them, and they’ll have full access to both of them anytime they want.” They do not behave in a vengeful manner in any way.
“These children are not going to be exploited as pawns in any game. They are going to get affection and care from both of their parents “the insider said in the end.