"Taking time to meditate, working out, doing breathwork when I feel more anxious, and spending quality time with my kids," Gisele Bündchen told Vogue of her pandemic activities

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Gisele Bündchen and Vivian
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Before she and her husband Tom Brady moved to Florida, Gisele Bündchen and her family were spending downtime in Costa Rica.

The model spoke with Vogue for its Postcards From Home portfolio, for which celebrities documented their stay-at-home social distancing activities, and shared a photo of how she and 7-year-old daughter Vivian Lake spent quality family time.

"I feel this is a very important time to go inward and reflect on what is most important," Bündchen said. "I have been reflecting a lot on my life; on how I can be the best version of myself and share, with others, things that have helped me … taking time to meditate, working out, doing breathwork when I feel more anxious, and spending quality time with my kids. My daughter, Vivi, is in this photo with me!"

In the photo, Vivian balances on her mom's hands as Bündchen, who is also mom to son Benjamin, 10, holds her daughter's hips with her legs.

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Two weeks after announcing he would be signing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in March, Brady, 42, moved his family into a Tampa Bay mansion that they're renting from Derek Jeter. During the transition, Bündchen was in Costa Rica with their kids.

Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the couple partnered with Wheels Up to donate 10 million meals to Feeding America, and donated 750,000 meals to a food bank in Tampa Bay.

And the parents of three were not the only ones in their family to express their thanks to frontline workers during the global health crisis.

"This is a very hard time in the world right now. Everyone should stay calm. You are all working so hard and because of you, we are going to beat the coronavirus soon," their son Benjamin wrote in a letter shared by Bündchen on social media.

"Thank you for all the work you've done. You guys are like superheroes. Braver than Batman. Stronger than Superman. And faster than The Flash. You can get any job done," the letter read along with a sign-off that said "best wishes."

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