Gisele Bundchen gives Vanity Fair a candid glimpse into her new domesticated life as Mrs. Tom Brady. Nude, of course.
In an attempt to show the realness of their coupling — and an opportunity for her to pose naked wrapped in bedsheets — Brady's new wife tells the magazine that they are not impervious to the turbulence of most non-celebrity relationships. Take for example that whole oops-I-knocked-up-my-ex thing which happened two and half months into Brady/Bundchen courtship:
"It was definitely a surprise for both of us. In the beginning you're living this romantic fantasy; you're thinking, This can't be true, it's so good! And then, Whoops-wake-up call! We were dating two and a half months when he found out, and it was a very challenging situation. Obviously, in the beginning, it's not the ideal thing . . . I think it was a blessing, because otherwise I don't think I would have known what he was made of, and he wouldn't have known what I was made of . . . Our relationship has become so much stronger, and I think I wouldn't be as certain as I am today if it weren't for that."
But Gisele, wise from years of bikini modeling for a lot of money all over the world and dating famous people, merely saw this as a minor bump in the road and, apparently, an opportunity for her to ease her way into becoming a mother herself one day. A transition made a lot easier for her considering she didn't have to destroy her pristine figure due to stretchmarks and added baby weight. But still — John Edward Thomas Moynahan is my baby too, she says:
"I understand that he has a mom, and I respect that, but to me it's not like because somebody else delivered him, that's not my child. I feel it is, 100 percent. I want him to have a great relationship with his mom, because that's important, but I love him the same way as if he were mine. I already feel like he's my son, from the first day."
Bridget Moynahan must be elated by this news. Maybe Gisele will sign a few copies for her and send them over? But Gisele insists she doesn't want to limit her family to just Tom's bastard. No, no, no — she wants kids of her own, more adopted dogs, and even one of those glue-sniffing Brazilian street urchins:
I would also love to adopt a child from Brazil. When you come from São Paulo, you see five-year-olds sniffing glue on the corner. You think, If you make a difference in the life of one of them, that makes your time on this earth worthwhile. I will have a colorful family, like a rainbow. I have dogs from rescue; they are all my dogs. Children are like little angels-there's no way you can't love them."
You can totally see the blight and economic hardship some of those Sao Paulo kids must deal with — they can't even afford to huff real products.