Tom Brady, the NFL player, revealed in a new podcast interview with Dax Shepard, that if he makes love to wife Gisele Bündchen on game days. It is not an everyday thing that Tom Brady kisses and tells. The NFL star participated in a candid interview with Dax Shepard before kicking off a brand new football season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Tom was asked a really personal question about his relationship with Gisele Bündchen, while he was appearing on the Armchair Expert podcast.
Dax began and said that he is going to ask a single Howard-Stern-Esque question. He asked Tom that do he make love to his wife on a game day or is that off the table. Tom provided a glimpse into his mindset after letting out a chuckle, he confessed and said, “Oh man, that is probably off the table.” He added that he would not say that it never happened but he does not think that it would be the moment. That would not be his pre-game warm-up, he said.
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There is plenty of romance for the record to go around when it comes to the love story of Gisele and Tom. After all, the pair recently celebrated their 11-year anniversary this February. Tom explained that they use a term in their house, that is, CCC. It stands for Clear, Current, and Communication. Clear, like, this is exactly how he is feeling right now. Current, not like that this happened six months ago, and they communicate about it. According to him, that has helped them a lot.
- It also helps that Gisele and Tom have remained the biggest cheerleaders of each other ever since they met in December 2006 through a mutual friend. While Football can take up a lot of attention of Tom, after all, he is a six-time Super Bowl champion, for him, his family always comes first.
Tom Brady revealed that he tries to keep his priorities in line, while he was discussing about marriage, work, and fatherhood. He added that everyone has got their nuances and challenges, but if you are really committed towards them and you treat them as your priorities, then you will eventually figure out a way to make them work.