Tom Brady Spending His 46th Birthday in Africa – The seven-time Super Bowl champion is celebrating his first birthday after retiring from the NFL with a safari vacation in Africa. Another trip around the sun for him, and this time, he’s spending the day in an awesome way. On Thursday, Tom Brady marked his 46th birthday across the Atlantic while enjoying a safari vacation with his daughter Vivian.
This birthday is his first since retiring from the NFL and his divorce from Gisele Bündchen. Tom, a seven-time Super Bowl winner, shares Vivian, 10, and son Benjamin, 13, with Bündchen, and also has an older son Jack, 15, from his previous relationship with Bridget Moynahan. Earlier this week, Brady shared a glimpse of his father-daughter safari excursion with Vivian, which has been in Tanzania, on Instagram.
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The pair checked out some big cats before enjoying the zebras, which are Brady’s favorite members of the animal kingdom, according to Vivian. In one story, a handwritten message in the sand at the safari read, “My dad loves zebras.” Brady told a news outlet in June about his big travel plans for the summer with all three kids, saying they’ve “got lots of good plans,” from their trip to Disneyland that month to “going with their mom for a couple of weeks to Brazil.”
“These kids have a really good summer lined up,” he said with a laugh. “It’s interesting because there’s so much attached to their friends with their devices and so forth. But I think it’s always a balance between letting them do those things and staying connected with people from Boston and from Tampa and from Costa Rica and from Brazil.” On Thursday, Tom Brady took to Instagram to repost birthday wishes from his former team, the New England Patriots, as well as the NFL.
Additionally, he shared celebratory posts from his new team, the Birmingham City Football Club, a British soccer club in which he announced his part ownership earlier that morning. Brady admitted that he still “got a lot to learn” about managing a soccer club, but added that he does “know a few things about winning” and is dedicated to helping the team, which hasn’t won a League Cup since 2011, make a turnaround.