CM – Tom Brady’s ex Bridget Moynahan reacts to a book that mentions QB « shirtless ».

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While reading Amity Gaige’s novel « Sea Wife » on Saturday, the 50-year-old « Blue Bloods » star came across a passage in which her ex-boyfriend Tom Brady was mentioned.

« Wait !? What? Didn’t that just happen? A bit cool, no? Who’s next? #Seawife, « Moynahan wrote on Instagram, highlighting the phrase » The shirtless picture of Tom Brady « .

Her followers had good chuckles when a fan quipped in the comment section, « I’d rather see [former NFL star] Peyton Manning shirtless. LOL. « 

Moynahan, who dated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback for three years, found her name in the middle of Ace Atkins’ book » Robert B. Parker’s Somebody Watching Over Me « last month.

“Stumbled upon something particularly funny that rainy day in my new book!” The actress said of the line, “I doubt Bridget Moynahan needed much discovery.”

Moynahan and the now 43-year-old NFL -Superstar, who was first associated with Brady in 2004, gave up in late 2006.

However, in early 2007, the « Coyote Ugly » star found out she was pregnant with Brady’s child. to meet his current wife, the supermodel Gisele Bündchen.

Moynahan welcomed their only child with Brady, son Jack, in August 2007. She later married businessman Andrew Frankel in 2015.

Brady and Bündchen were married in 2009 and have two children together, son Benjamin ( 11) and daughter Vivian (8). The couple celebrated their 12th wedding anniversary in February, the same month Brady won his seventh Super Bowl.

Moynahan congratulated Brady on social media after Tampa Bay’s 31-9 win over the Kansas City Chiefs at Super Bowl 2021.

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