“It’s Always Time for Family”: Aspiring “Best Dad” Tom Brady Reveals His Thanksgiving Celebration Plans After Divorce With Gisele Bündchen

Published 11/23/2022, 4:00 PM EST

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Holidays are a time for the family, even if one is the greatest NFL player in history. Tom Brady recently went through a divorce. His ex-wife Gisele Bündchen split with him due to differences in priorities. Weeks after that, he revealed his Thanksgiving celebration plan.

Brady aspires to be the best dad for his kids and his Thanksgiving plans reflect that.

Thanksgiving plans for Tom Brady 

Tom Brady remains busy with football all year. But he acknowledges the role of people who have helped him reach the pinnacle of glory. And what better time to thank such people than Thanksgiving? Speaking on his ‘Let’s Go’ podcast, he acknowledged the contribution of his parents and many other people in his career.


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“When you think about this holiday and the commitment that parents make and that my parents made to me and my career is unbelievable,” Brady said. ” 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,” he added.


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He then revealed his Thanksgiving plans. “I think myself as a parent and being grateful during Thanksgiving, it’s always time for family,” the NFL legend said.

He said that he aspires to be the best dad to his kids and be there for them. Brady has three children, two with Bündchen and a son with his ex-girlfriend actress Bridget Moynahan.

The divorce that shook the NFL world 


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This Thanksgiving will be Tom Bray’s first without Gisele Bündchen after their marriage. Brady and Bündchen decided to part ways after he unretired from the NFL. Bündchen wanted Brady to focus on his family rather than football, where he has nothing left to achieve. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB retired after the 2021 season. But he came out of retirement in just over a month. The next step was divorce.

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The couple will share the custody of the two younger children, 12-year-old Benjamin and nine-year-old Vivian. Brady’s eldest son, 15-year-old Jack, will continue to live with his father.


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While going through all this, Brady saw an unprecedented slump in his form. The Buccaneers won just three out of the first eight games they took the field in. The form is better now with two back-to-back victories. The Buccaneers are top of the NFC South table with a 5-5 record. Can Brady get the eighth Super Bowl ring?

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Shivam Pratap Singh


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Shivam Pratap Singh originally hails from Punjab, India. After completing his Master's degree from Jamia Millia Islamia, he joined the world of media with a stint at Opoyi. While he was there, he started to follow the NFL.
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