It was a bone-numbing -11C or 12F at the New England Patriots’ Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts on New Year’s Eve.
But that didn’t stop Gisele Bundchen from hitting the stands to watch her quarterback husband Tom Brady’s team take on the New York Jets in the last game of the year.
And she posted a snap of herself on her Instagram story wrapped in a red, white and blue team blanket holding a steaming hot mug of something delicious.
Brrrrrrr! Gisele Bundchen posted this snap of herself wrapped up in a New England Patriots blanket with a warm drink as she watched husband Tom Brady’s team win its last game of 2017
The 37-year-old model’s devotion paid off as the Patriots beat the Jets 26 to 6.
This means the Patriots will be competing in the playoffs and have their eyes on the Super Bowl again after winning in 2017.
Her man in action: It was a bone-numbing minus 11C, 12F at Patriots’ stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts on Sunday where Tom, 40 (center) and his team beat the New York Jets 26 to 6
Gisele, who hails from Brazil, appeared to be on a solo trip to the stadium.
She likely preferred to leave their children Benjamin, eight, and Vivian, five, warm and cozy at home.
Her 40-year-old beau was bundled up in black quilted jacket, black polo neck sweater, black pants and a team bobble hat when he answered reporters’ questions after the game before heading home.
After the game: The 40-year-old quarterback was suitably dressed for the freezing weather when he talked to reporters after the game
Hat-a-boy: Tom donned a Patriots bobble hat as well as a thick padded jacket that he wore over a chunky black rollneck, black pants and heavy boots
The playoffs will begin in just a few weeks.
Meanwhile, Gisele and Tom have been nearly nine years and still seem as much in love as the day they first met.
The couple tied the knot in an intimate wedding in Santa Monica in February 2009 after dating for three years.
Family fun: The couple spent Christmas at home in Boston with their children Benjamin, eight, and Vivian, five