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Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen’s son, Benjamin, thinks broccoli is 'dessert'

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Gisele, Tom and the boys
The Brazilian supermodel has tricked her 22-month-old son Benjamin – her child with her husband, NFL player Tom Brady – into thinking the healthy vegetable is a treat food to get him to eat it.

She said: “My children, they are like white canvases. When Benjamin eats broccoli, he thinks it's dessert!"
Gisele is also stepmother to Tom’s four-year-old son Jack with his ex-girlfriend Bridget Moynahan and she has revealed he is a budding martial artist.

The 31-year-old catwalk beauty told the new UK issue of Vogue magazine: “You know, my eldest Jack, he's gonna be starting kung fu this fall."

Gisele – who is one of the world’s most sought after models – also credits her success with her hard work ethic, something she thinks her sisters could benefit from taking notice of.

She said: “Yeah, well, like I tell my five sisters, who don't work at it very hard at all, whatever you put in, you get out. I'm not afraid of working hard at anything, whatever it is. I just always want to be the best that I can."

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