How Tom Brady And Gisele Bundchen Really Spend Their Millions

Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen might be one of the top power couples in Hollywood. Brady is widely considered to be the greatest NFL quarterback of all time, with six Super Bowl rings (and possibly a record seventh if he leads the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to victory on Feb. 7, 2021). Meanwhile, Bundchen was the "highest earning model in the world for 10 consecutive years" before she retired in 2015, per Business Insider, and is now focusing her talents on beauty business ventures.

When Brady left the New England Patriots for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in March 2020, many viewed the move as money and lifestyle motivated. Bundchen had previously expressed her displeasure with Brady focusing too much on football during his time with the Patriots, which led to marriage tensions (via NBC Sports). However, both have since patched things up and are living the lavish life in Miami, Florida with a combined net worth of $580 million, as per Celebrity Net Worth. Read on to find out what they spend their money on.

Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen invest in fitness and real estate

Being an athlete and a former supermodel, respectively, Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen want to be in the best shape possible, which is why they dedicate some of their financial resources to health and fitness. According to Business Insider, the couple "have a personal chef who keeps them on their strict diets that include no sugar and no tomatoes." Brady also hired a "body coach and health guru" whose duties include being a "spiritual guide, counselor, pal, nutrition advisor, trainer, and massage therapist."

Besides investing in their health, Brady and Bundchen spend the most money on their homes. The couple "once owned a custom-built 20 million dollar mansion in Los Angeles, with a chicken coop for fresh eggs and a moat," which Dr. Dre bought for $40 million in 2014, Business Insider reported. The couple also has an apartment in Tribeca, New York and a house in Miami, Florida, which they now live in and reportedly paid $17 million for in December 2020 (via Page Six).

In addition to their personal investments, Brady and Bundchen also put their wealth to good use by participating in philanthropic efforts. Bundchen makes regular donations to organizations like WWF and Saint Jude Children's Research Hospital, as well as the United Nations, per Business Insider. Brady is also a strong supporter of cancer research and raised $7.5 million for the cause in 2018, according to Bleacher Report.