Tom Brady celebrates his Super Bowl win with a kiss from wife Gisele Bündchen

Following his team's incredible Super Bowl win, there was only one person Tom Brady wanted to celebrate with on Sunday night. The New England Patriots star rushed over to kiss his wife Gisele Bündchen who was sat in the stands with his two sons, John and Benjamin.

Tom kissed and hugged his proud wife, who was wearing a checked shirt and jeans in the team's colours of red, white and blue. The family were in high spirits as they celebrated the win which saw Tom's team New England Patriots beat the Seattle Seahawks 28 to 24.


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Tom Brady celebrated his Super Bowl win with a kiss from his wife Gisele

Gisele later expressed her happiness at the team's win by sharing a photo of herself kissing Tom with the caption: "We are so proud of you daddy!!! Congratulations!!!! #gopats #superbowl #sb49 Estamos muito orgulhosos de voce papai! Parabens!!!! #vaipats".

The supermodel had earlier posted a photo of seven-year-old John and five-year-old Benjamin showing their support for their dad by wearing Patriots jerseys emblazoned with Brady on the back.

"Lets go daddy!! Let's go Pats!! Vamos papai !! Vamos Pats!!" she wrote.

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Tom Brady's sons John and Benjamin cheered him on at the Super Bowl

She had also shared an Instagram picture of herself preparing for the game in an embellished Patriots jersey, along with the caption: "Are you ready?!?! Let's go Pats!!!!!!"

Gisele wasn't the only person keen to congratulate Tom. The 37-year-old was joined by his mother Galynn on the pitch after the game, and also received a celebratory hug from actor Mark Wahlberg. However one person who was missing was Tom's two-year-old daughter Vivian Lake, who would be too young to attend the championship game.

Tom was presented with the MVP award after the game at University of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona. It was the third time Tom won the coveted award, and as he collected his prize the quarterback said: "We never doubted each other. That's what it took. That was a great football team we beat."

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