AceShowbiz - Tom Brady has given a major clue that he will be reuniting with Gisele Bundchen soon. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback has hinted that he will be celebrating Thanksgiving with his ex-wife and their kids.
In the latest episode of his SiriusXM podcast "Let's Go!", the seven-time Super Bowl champion remarked, "I think myself as a parent and being thankful during Thanksgiving, it's always time for family." While discussing the ways his parents supported him and his sisters growing up, he continued, "When you think about this holiday and the commitment that parents make and that my parents made to me and my career is unbelievable. You know what I mean?"
"It's just, I'm here in my 23rd season, looking forward to finishing strong here after Thanksgiving, and obviously with a lot of gratitude for the people that have made such a huge impact in my life and supported me throughout this amazing career," Tom further shared. The 45-year-old footballer went on to say, "And, you know, I just want to be that for my kids. I just wanna be the best dad I could be."
Tom finalized his divorce from his wife of 13 years Gisele on October 28. The former couple, who reportedly went separate ways due to their different priorities, was able to settle the case easily a few hours after Gisele filed it thanks to their "ironclad prenup" which they signed a few years ago.
The pair agreed to have joint custody of their kids, 12-year-old Benjamin and 9-year-old Vivian. According to a source, the agreement will allow their children to have "full access" to both parents. "They can see whichever parent they want. They've got a schedule, but neither of them would prevent their kids from seeing the other parent. The kids adore them both, and they'll have full access to both, whenever they want. They're not vindictive like that," the insider spilled.
In an interview last week, Tom declared that he has "zero" regrets about his decision to return to the NFL though it could cost him his marriage. "I returned because I felt like I wanted to compete, and I spoke to the team about it, and they were excited to have me back," the athlete said. He then stressed, "Zero, no. Definitely not."