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If you assumed supermodel Gisele Bündchen had a more enviable closet than her quarterback husband Tom Brady, you’d be mistaken. She revealed during a recent couples challenge TikTok that Brady is more of a clothes horse. The husband and wife, who have been married since 2009, branded each other with more superlatives in the video.
The pair sat on an outdoor couch with their eyes closed, answering a series of questions about their relationship by pointing at each other. From the start, Bündchen and Brady disagreed on which person typically apologizes first after a fight. (They each pointed at themselves.) But they were both able to agree that Bündchen is funnier and Brady is more patient. Plus, the duo laughed when questions about who spends the most money and has more clothes arose. Surprisingly, Brady was the winner of those titles.
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The couple’s 10 year old son, Benjamin, even made a rare cameo in the TikTok, giving his verdict on the questions behind his parents. “#Coupleschallenge As you can see Benny always knows best!” Bündchen captioned the video on Instagram. As for the other questions? The couple decided that Brady is more spoiled and works out more while Bündchen is the better singer and more annoying when she’s hungry. However, the twosome wasn’t able to decide who said “I love you” first or which party is more stubborn.
Their hilarious inside look isn’t the only viral video Brady has been a part of recently. Over the weekend, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback participated in the Champions for Charity golf match. Viewers quickly noticed that as Brady bent over to pick up his ball at the seventh hole, his pants split open. He later tweeted, “Pants wanted in on social distancing I guess…”
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