Tom Brady, Gisele Bundchen are in a ‘great place’

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PICTURED: Tom Brady and wife Gisele Bundchen look tense while hand-in-hand on date night as he insists their ‘incredible relationship’ is ‘in a great place’.

As he did during a media session at Gillette Stadium on Sunday, Tom Brady skirted a number of questions during a Deflategate-centric interview on WEEI’s “Dennis & Callahan” program Tuesday morning, but there were a couple of noteworthy takeaways. “I have a lot of personal feelings about this, and I think to get into every conversation that everybody wants to have — and I’ve had a lot of these conversations with different people over seven months — and you get brought back into those emotions, and those haven’t been the best emotions,’’ he said. “They certainly don’t serve me as the quarterback for the New England Patriots quarterback this week.” The hosts later wondered whether Brady might scale back a bit when it comes to regular appearances with outlets such as ESPN and the NFL Network, and again, some reading between the lines was necessary to glean insight into Brady’s answer. “I don’t know exactly how I’ll approach those things each week,” Brady added. “It’s a long season anyway, but the more things that I do — non-Patriot related, really to help other people out — you’re right, those things take away from the energy that I may have to do other things. “I get a lot of requests. There’s no bigger supporter than I have than her and vice versa. ‘Tom thinks it’s only a threat,’ a source claimed to the magazine. ‘But this is definitely a rough patch.’ The insider added: ‘Things are very tense right now.

Three months later, he was suspended for four games by the NFL for his supposed role in Deflategate, the scandal involving alleged football-tampering by his team. (His suspension was overturned by a federal judge last week.) On Tuesday, Brady told a Boston radio station that he turned to a book he’s read every year for help: Don Miguel Ruiz’s “The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom.” “I read a pretty cool book about nine years ago that is kind of a mantra for my life,” Brady said, according to Boston.com. “One of the mantras in the book is don’t take things personally.” The 1997 book is the first in a series of “Toltec Wisdom” volumes published by Amber-Allen, a San Rafael-based press specializing in “works of beauty, integrity and inspirational wisdom.” The publisher’s website says there are over 6 million copies of the book in print. We’ll see how that goes this year.” His father, Tom Brady Sr., made news last week when he called a San Francisco radio station and called NFL commissioner Roger Goodell “a flaming liar.” The younger Brady stopped short of agreeing with the older one, saying his father has “been a great support my entire life, and I’m sure it’s been hard for him [among other family members].” Presidential candidate Donald Trump has been supportive of Brady throughout Deflategate.

This could be the end of them.’ Gisele did mark Brady’s big day however by sharing a photo which showed the pair and their children enjoying a vacation, along with the caption: ‘Happy birthday my love! Brady confirmed he has a “Make America Great Again” hat, which Trump sent him, in his locker, and revealed that the two have been golf buddies since Brady was a judge at the Trump-owned Miss USA pageant in 2002.

Boston.com notes that Bündchen has cited the book as one of her favorites in interviews with Vanity Fair and Vogue magazines. “You have this kind of epiphany — I don’t need to sweat the small stuff! Asked if he would vote for Trump, Brady said, “That’s a very good question.” WEEI also offered Brady the chance to address reports that his marriage to Gisele Bundchen is in trouble. After a report concluded that Brady was “at least generally aware” of the Patriots’ deflated balls, he was hit with a four-game suspension — which a judge only recently overturned. “I’m a lucky man. Brady denied those rumors and kept it short, noting that “we’re in a great place.” “It’s been a tough, challenging seven months,” Brady said, “but I think it’ll be pretty exciting to run out there Thursday night with my teammates.” We love you! #love #family.’ The couple share two children together, five-year-old Benjamin and Vivian, two, while Gisele is also stepmother to his eight-year-old son John from his relationship with Bridget Moynahan.

In the heartwarming image, Brady is seen playing soccer with Vivian Lake, which the Brazilian bombshell captions ‘and my heart melts #biggestlove #family’. ‘He sent it to me via RKK (Robert Kraft),’ Brady said. ‘I’ve known him since 2002 where I judged one of his beauty pageants, imagine that. According to the book’s publisher, they’re these pieces of advice: “Be impeccable with your word,” “Don’t take anything personally,” “Don’t make assumptions” and “Always do your best.” Some might find it simplistic, but Brady’s imprimatur might have sent the book, already a perennial bestseller, skyrocketing to the top of Amazon’s rankings. This summer his wife also came under fire when she attempted to avoid media attention by wearing a burqa while as she checked into a famous plastic surgery clinic in Paris. She gave herself away by wearing open-toed sandals – an unusual sight in traditional Muslim clothing – as well as using her chauffeur of five years to drive her there.

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