Gisele Bundchen sets record straight about Super Bowl postgame comments

Eagles apparently ran a fake Super Bowl walkthrough in case Patriots were watching

Eagles apparently ran a fake Super Bowl walkthrough in case Patriots were watching

After her husband, Tom Brady, and the Patriots lost, Bundchen consoled their children by saying, "Daddy won five times". You have to let someone else win sometimes, ' Bundchen explained to them, according to USA Today. "So little Tom Brady girl sometimes people lose because that's what helps to make you better". "We have to share".

This wasn't necessary. Only someone looking for something to criticize would take issues with what Gisele told her crying 5-year-old daughter.

"Just to be clear".

"Sometimes you have to let other people win", Gisele said. People win due to their own merit. Bundchen also slammed people who twisted her words to create drama that doesn't exist.

The comments sparked backlash from many, including Whoopi Goldberg.

Brady's wife opted to use the New England Patriots' loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday as a life lesson for the couple's young children.

It seems Gisele Bündchen has reached her breaking point. They aren't SHARING with us. "I believe I overheard someone say a lot of the plays we were running weren't even in the playbook for the Super Bowl". "We will look forward to another season and maybe another chance next year.' The term 'letting them win" sounds elitist. "We will look forward to another season and maybe another chance next year.' The term 'letting them win" sounds elitist.

To which co-host Joy Behar said, "I don't think she meant "let them win" like that". No one "let" anyone win.

While Eagles fans from across the region descended on Philadelphia Thursday for the city's first-ever Super Bowl parade, Boston and the rest of New England were busy at school and work, except Tom Brady. For the record, it was the Eagles first Super Bowl win and their first National Football League title since 1960.

Bundchen shared a photo of the family hug on Instagram, with honest congratulations to the Eagles and the city of Philadelphia.

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