Gisele Bundchen and her husband, NFL star Tom Brady, have welcomed a boy, People.com reports.
Details regarding the birth and the baby’s name have yet to be disclosed.
Just last week, Brady revealed that he found out the baby’s gender but was keeping it a secret from his supermodel wife at her request.
“I’m really the only one that knows,” Brady, 32, said. “She’s a very intelligent woman. I wanted to find out and she didn’t, so she said, ‘Go ahead.’ It will be a surprise for her.”
Bundchen, 29, and the New England Patriots quarterback tied the knot in a private Los Angeles ceremony in February. The couple welcomed friends and family to witness their followup wedding ceremony at Bundchen’s Costa Rican estate.
It is the first child for Bundchen and the second for Brady, who has a 2-year-old son, Jack, with actress Bridget Moynahan.
I turned on my TV last night, and there was Taylor Lautner staring at me, through his 13 year old eyes. I took a quick picture with my phone and sent it to my sister in law who loves him.
Taylor will be hosting SNL this Saturday, and I hope there’s going to be a Sharkboy & Lavagirl skit! (That’s him as Sharkboy above) It was quite possibly the worst kids movie I’ve ever seen! And I’m an expert, I’ve seen just about every kids movie out there.
Gatorade has announced that it will discontinue its “Tiger Focus” sports drink, becoming the first of the golfer’s endorsers to drop him in the wake of his cheating scandal.
However, Gatorade released a statement Tuesday saying the decision to end production on the “Tiger Focus” drink had been made long before Tiger Wood’s car crash and revelations of his many extra marital affairs.
A Gatorade spokesperson released an official statement to RadarOnline.com: “As reported last month, we decided several months ago to discontinue Gatorade Tiger Focus along with some other products to make room for our planned series of innovative products in 2010. We hope to share more about our 2010 plans soon.”
The company insists its “partnership” with the PGA champ will continue. A rep told the Web site, “our partnership with Tiger does continue. Tiger and his family have our support as he works through his private matter.”
But when the company released its official statement, the part about continuing its “partnership” with the embattled athlete was noticeably absent, says RadarOnline.com.