On Sunday, Gisele Bündchen shared a number of clips from her night of fun at Rio de Janeiro’s Carnival celebrations. The 42-year-old super model was in her native Brazil having fun with the normal long weekend marking the times before Ash Wednesday and Lent, which incorporates plenty of partying, costumes, parades, and dancing.
Bündchen was accompanied by a big group of friends on the venue Camarote Brahma N°1 and at what looked like their hotel. In a single clip she walks across the room as her friends share a Samba dance after which sang together. She shared clips of herself cheering on a parade procession and from the venue’s terrace while drinking out of a coconut.
The model was wearing a black crop top t-shirt with colourful lettering, and left her long blonde hair down in waves, accessorizing with gold hoop earrings, brown sandal heels, and a gold bag.
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Bündchen recently split together with her husband Tom Brady, and has gave the impression to be having fun with herself since as they amicably co-parent. She was recently seen jogging with jiu-jitsu instructor Joaquim Valente in January while in Costa Rica. A source told Page Six that Valente is just not a romantic interest of the celeb, but an extended time family friend.
“He’s been her kids’ jiu-jitsu teacher for years,” the source said. “There isn’t any truth to the rumors that they are dating.”
Bündchen and Brady share two children, 13-year-old Benjamin and ten-year-old Vivian. The children joined her over the vacations in Brazil, but weren’t there for Carnival. They did make appearances this past week of their father’s Instagram Stories after they adopted two cats with Brady on the Humane Society of Tampa Bay.
On Sunday night, Brady shared that he made waffles for Vivian and one in all her friends, writing, “A pair satisfied customers,” with pics of their meal together.
Aimée Lutkin is the weekend editor at ELLE.com. Her writing has appeared in Jezebel, Glamour, Marie Claire and more. Her first book, The Lonely Hunter, might be released by Dial Press in February 2022.