Tom Brady FaceTimes with Son Benjamin, 10, While Socially Distancing During Coronavirus Spread
Tom Brady recently enjoyed a sweet FaceTime call with his younger son Benjamin Rein, 10, amid the novel coronavirus pandemic
On Tuesday, the NFL quarterback shared a screenshot from his FaceTime call with his 10-year-old son Benjamin. In the photo, a shirtless Brady, 42, was all smiles as Benjamin laid on his stomach to talk to his dad.
“Missing my boy,” the athlete captioned the sweet Instagram Story shot, adding two heart-eyed emojis.
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Last week, Bündchen, 39, shared a sweet video on Instagram from Costa Rica of herself, Vivian and Benjamin singing the uplifting tune “Count on Me” by Bruno Mars. In the clip, the supermodel and her kids crooned together in harmony while seated on a sofa amid tropical foliage.
“Though we are going through a very tough time, let’s try and focus on the present, and live the HERE and NOW. Life is a gift,” Bündchen wrote in her caption.
Brady, meanwhile, recently kept busy while social distancing by re-watching the New England Patriots’ 2017 Super Bowl victory against the Atlanta Falcons.
The professional athlete documented the re-watch on his Instagram Story Monday, which included plenty of commentary about the historic game. “I’m not crying, you’re crying,” Brady wrote with several happy-face emojis about the moment the Patriots won in overtime.
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“Although my football journey will take place elsewhere, I appreciate everything that we have achieved and am grateful for our incredible TEAM accomplishments,” he wrote on Instagram, in part. “I have been privileged to have had the opportunity to know each and everyone of you, and to have the memories we’ve created together.”
Meanwhile, as of Wednesday afternoon, there are at least 205,172 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the U.S. — the most worldwide — with at least 4,540 people having died from coronavirus-related illness domestically, according to a New York Times database. Johns Hopkins is reporting 905,279 confirmed cases globally, with 45,371 deaths.
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