Tom Brady’s Summer Camp Cutie

Tom Brady's Summer Camp Cutie

Football hunk Tom Brady walked hand in hand with his adorable 3-year-old son Jack as he dropped him off at a summer camp in Malibu, Calif. on Tuesday (June 21). Tom’s supermodel wife, Gisele Bündchen, was also spotted this morning after her workout.

We just saw the Bündchen-Bradys – including their 1 1/2-year-old son Benjamin – enjoying Father’s Day together last Sunday.

Jack’s mother is Tom’s ex-girlfriend, actress Bridget Moynahan.

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Filed under: Gisele Bundchen,John Monyahan,Tom Brady

Photo credit: Pacific Coast News


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  1. Jan

    Wow the first anon ..really?

  2. lj

    Jack Moynahan is so cute!

  3. Anonymous

    Jack looks as unhappy now as he did during father’s day. In fact so does Tom. I bet Jack is wishing he was with his mom. And why on earth is Tom sending his kid to camp, when he stated he only gets to see Jack on average one week a month? If I was in his shoes, I would want to spend as much time as possible with my child. Finally, why did Tom send Jack to camp in khaki pants? Kids should be wearing shorts, as they are running around and playing outside most of the day. It really tells me that Tom is an out-of-touch dad. So sad.

  4. Anonymous

    tom looks feminine with his hair like that, not a good look for him.

  5. Anonymous

    I agree that for some reason they both look moody, but jack may have already been enrolled in camp by his mother, so Tom may have decided to drop his son on off on his first day of camp. I think that’s sweet

  6. Anonymous

    Kids LOVE summer camp! did you ever think maybe he wanted to go? geez. you Brady fanatics are insane. fyi: who would like the paps? have you watched a video? those flashes even blind me while watching them on youtube! Imagine 20 or more of them in your face ALL the time? smiles and sugar plumbs? I don’t think so.


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