The supermodel expressed excitement for her husband after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback defeated Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship game on Sunday, January 24.
"We love and are so proud of you, papai!" Bündchen wrote on her Instagram Story. She also posted a picture with their children, Benjamin Rein and Vivian Lake, and wrote, "We are already cheering here papai! We love you! Let’s go @tombrady !! Let’s go Bucs!!!"
"Yeeeeeah Super Bowl here we come!!!!!!" Bündchen tweeted.
"As a diehard Patriots fan, I miss Tom tremendously! I was devastated when he left us but am so thankful for the 20 years of thrilling, unforgettable football and 6 Super Bowl wins! Congrats on your win today and bring it home for Tampa Bay. Forever and always the GOAT!!!" one fan replied.
"Incredible dedication and discipline, such an example!! God Bless!!" another gushed.
"wow!! Your husband is amazing!! Congratulations!" a third fan told the brunette beauty.
In a sweet moment after Brady’s team beat the Green Bay Packers 31-26, the athlete headed to the stands and called for his son John, who is also known as Jack.
"Can I say hi to my son?" he was heard asking a security guard and climbed over the fence to hug the 13-year-old.
"Love you, kiddo," Brady said.
One of the main reasons Brady decided to join the Buccaneers in Florida after 20 seasons with the New England Patriots was to be closer to his eldest child.
OK! previously reported that Bündchen and Brady moved to Miami's "Billionaire Bunker" on Indian Creek Island.
The 43-year-old shares the teen with ex Bridget Moynahan, who also offered her congratulations.
"Could not be more proud @tombrady said he would do it and he did," Moynahan wrote on Instagram. "Congratulations @buccaneers."
The former couple called it quits in 2006 after two years together. Brady and Bündchen then tied the knot in 2009.
This will be Brady’s 10th Super Bowl — but his first with the Buccaneers. The Buccaneers will be the first team to play at home, with the game taking place at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla., on Sunday, February 7.