Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen are celebrating their lucky number seven! In just under a decade of marriage, the star quarterback and legendary supermodel have welcomed two (seriously genetically blessed) kids and celebrated major career milestones. We're looking back at some of the Bündchen-Bradys's major relationship moments.
Brady and Bündchen started dating in December 2006 after being set up by a mutual friend. Bündchen knew Brady was the one from the moment they met. In an interview with Vanity Fair she said, "I knew right away—the first time I saw him … You know that feeling of, like, you can't get enough? From the first day we met, we've never spent one day without speaking to each other." Hearts, melted.
In 2008, the couple bought a large plot of land in Brentwood, California, and four years later moved into their first home together. Since then, they have relocated to the East Coast, but you know what they say, you never forget your first house!
On February 26th, 2009, the couple made their relationship official in an intimate Catholic ceremony in Santa Monica. "We planned [the wedding] in like 10 days, and it was perfect," Brady told GQ. The couple threw another wedding a few months later in Costa Rica for 40 members of their extended families.
Their son, Benjamin Rein, arrived in December 2009 and daughter, Vivian Lake, followed in 2012.
On February 1st, 2015, the couple celebrated Brady's fourth Super Bowl win, and of course Bündchen and their children cheered him on the entire time.
In April 2015, Bündchen announced her retirement as a runway model (don't worry, you can still gaze at her gorgeousness in print ads) and Brady has continued to stand by her ever since.
Brady may have not made it all the way to Super Bowl 50, but Bündchen posted this picture to show her constant support for her husband.
Days ago, the Bradys adopted the newest member of their adorable family: rescue dog, Fluffy. Just when we thought they couldn't get any more picture-perfect.
Gorgeous ocean, beautiful couple, loving kids—seriously, how much cuter can they get?