Tom Brady says he needs to listen to wife Gisele more when it comes to modeling

Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 5, 2014 in New York City.

Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 5, 2014 in New York City.  (2014 Getty Images)

Tom Brady may be a four-time Super Bowl champion and a three-time MVP with the New England Patriots, but he knows to leave things like fashion and modeling to his wife, Gisele Bündchen.

Brady is the new face of TAG Heuer, the watch company, and admits that he needs to do a better job of listening to Bündchen’s advice on posing in front of the camera.

“She’s a lot better at this than I am,” he told the People magazine. “She should give me more advice. I should listen to her more often! That would probably be the best advice I could give myself.”

The 38-year-old, who is leading the Patriots to an undefeated start of the season, revealed he also goes to his wife for advice when it comes to dressing up for glitzy events.

“She has her own recommendations, and I certainly listen, because if your wife doesn’t like it, then you should probably move on to something else,” he added.

The new Carrera watch by TAG Heuer is sleek and sporty, something that Brady said he appreciates. He said his style is “relaxed” and he enjoys having a “beautiful watch” to add some bling to his getup, the magazine reported.

He said the campaign’s slogan – “Don’t Crack Under Pressure” – is fitting and hits close to home after deflategate and rumors that he and Bündchen were heading for divorce.

“There’s lots of different pressures that you face in your life, there’s lots of different pressures I face in my sport. You embrace them, and I think the challenging things that you’re faced with, whether that’s a challenging situation in a game or a challenging situation in your life, you do the very best you can do,” Brady told People.

He said he’s been blessed with a great family, friends and teammates who have showered him with support when he’s been at his lowest.

“When I win, I win for them. When I play, I play for them,” he said. “I represent them, and that’s why I still do it and I still love doing it today.”

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