Tom Brady embraces his son Jack, 15, after he joined Bucs at pre-Thanksgiving practice
Watch the sweet moment Tom Brady hugs his 15-year-old son Jack before playing football after the quarterback’s ‘inspiration’ joined the Bucs at their pre-Thanksgiving practice.
Images of Tom Brady hugging his 15-year-old son Jack emerged after the pair practiced together with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Bucs quarterback praised his oldest son as “my inspiration” in posts on his Instagram profile Wednesday.
A clip of the couple in practice has surfaced with Brady approaching his son from behind and then hugging him in a heartwarming video, before tossing a football down the field together.
Brady, whose Bucs team faces the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, posted a photo of Jack to his 12.9 million followers, about to throw a football, with the caption: “My inspiration.”
Brady, who has shown his support for the USMNT at the World Cup this week, can be seen in the background looking on in his orange No. 12 training jersey.
Pictures of Tom Brady hugging his 15-year-old son Jack have surfaced after the couple practiced.
Brady shares Jack with his ex-girlfriend Bridget Moynahan. He also has a daughter, Vivian Lake, 9, and a son, Benjamin Rein, 12, with his ex-wife Gisele Bundchen, whom he divorced in October after 13 years of marriage.
The 45-year-old also shared a series of photos of Jack in training on his Instagram Story. One featured the same image as his main post, but this time he accompanied it with: “Wow! ¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡!!!!
He also posted a photo of Jack sporting a Buccaneers cap, looking like he’s talking to someone, while Brady has his back to the camera.
Finally, he posted a photo of his son with himself and his teammates Ryan Griffin, Blaine Gabbert and Kyle Trask, with the caption: “Just one of the guys.”
Proud dad Brady posted a photo on Instagram of 15-year-old Jack about to throw a football
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback captioned the post, “My inspiration.”
Brady also posted a series of photos from the workout to his Instagram Story on Wednesday.
Earlier this week, Brady opened up about Thanksgiving and how much the holiday meant to him as a father.
“I consider myself a father and I am grateful during Thanksgiving, it is always time for family,” he said in his Let’s go! podcast.
“When you think about this vacation and the commitment that parents make and that my parents made to me and my career is incredible.”
Acknowledging the role of his entire family in his 23-season career, Brady said he’s “hoping to finish strong here after Thanksgiving.”
“And obviously with a lot of gratitude for the people who have made such a huge impact on my life and have supported me throughout this incredible career,” he continued. ‘I just want to be that for my kids. You know, I just want to be the best father that I can be.
Brady and supermodel Gisele Bundchen divorced in October after 13 years of marriage.
Brady and Bundchen confirmed their divorce in statements on Instagram in October. She said her priority had ‘always been’ the children, but she said the couple had ‘estranged’. In her statement, Brady called the decision “painful and difficult.”
Discussing his Thanksgiving plans, Brady said he’s “ate a lot of humble pie this year” and “maybe I have to indulge in some pumpkin pie and whipped cream.” I’m going to enjoy it. It’s going to be a good Thanksgiving.
However, Brady will celebrate Thanksgiving with one less family member this year, following his split from Bundchen.
The NFL superstar and the Brazilian supermodel confirmed their separation on October 28 after weeks of speculation.
Brady removed Bundchen from his Twitter header when he deleted a beach photo of the former couple and their children.
The Bucs are 5-5 this season after a bye week and struggles early in the season, while Sunday’s opponents are 3-7.