Gisele Bundchen had to console husband Tom Brady after his team lost the Super Bowl last night


Gisele and Tom Brady
The Brazilian supermodel was in the stands as she watched Tom's New England's Patriots take on the New York Giants at the NFL showpiece game in Indianapolis, Indiana, and after they were defeated she ran down to give him a hug.

Tom looked very appreciative of his stunning wife's support but he later admitted nothing would be able to console him following the loss.

He said: "It always comes down to one or two plays in this game and if you make it, you're celebrating. If you don't, then you don't sleep for a week. I give [the Giants] a lot of credit for the plays they made. They deserved to win and hopefully we'll be back at some point."

Gisele - who has a two-year-old son, Benjamin, with Tom - loves going to watching her handsome husband play and recently admitted she acts like a "cheerleader" when she does.

The 31-year-old beauty - who married the NFL star in February 2009 - said: "He's such a gentle giant. I'm so proud of him. When I go to watch him play, I'm like this big cheerleader, jumping up and down for him. I was born such a passionate person. I don't know if that's my blessing or curse!"


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