Tom brady dating supermodel

Something really epic happened at the Super Bowl — and it had nothing to do with rookie Malcolm Butler intercepting Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson with 20 seconds left (which was bonkers, too).

But more stunning to me was actress Bridget Moynahan tweeting “Congratulations to the @Patriots! And she did this as Brady’s wife, Gisele Bundchen, joined her man on the field to share a kiss with their son Benjamin at her side, while Brady gave John, the son he shares with Moynahan, a piggy-back ride. Brady and Moynahan dated for three years and then found themselves in a very complicated situation: She was three months pregnant, but they were no longer together.

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There are too many men in the world to go after a man who has a woman. I was booted from New York City and back in New Jersey where I grew up.

Life is too short.”But the circumstances of breakups are not relevant to us postpartum single moms raising babies alone — while the dads swiftly move on because they are not on diaper duty. Moynahan says she “got so much” out of the struggle. But now I have a child, and it’s the best thing in the world.” She’s right and this realization doesn’t happen overnight.

STORY: An Open Letter to the Woman Who Married My Son’s Father Moynahan has “moved past the bitter parts that most breakups create, and onto accepting their relationship as a unique family,” relationship expert Amy Spencer, author of Meeting Your Half-Orangeand Bright Side Up, tells Yahoo Parenting.

“Her son should be damn proud of his dad, and that tweet is a beautiful sign that Bridget wants to support her son that way.”In 2008, Moynahan told Harper’s Bazaar, “Going through that traumatic time of being heartbroken and then being pregnant turned my whole life upside down and inside out and just knocked the wind out of me.”STORY: How I Told My Son I’m Battling Cancer This is around the time I developed a celebrity girl crush on Moynahan, because I was also single and pregnant. Coasts apart and nothing in common but being single moms to baby boys, we both freaked out.

“All of a sudden, you have this newborn you have no training for. My parents drove me home — not exactly my fairytale birth story.