Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady spend a fabulous autumn in Positano, Italy

October 3, 2016

Supermodel Gisele Bundchen and husband Tom Brady recently spent beautiful days in Italy – relaxing, sunbathing and overall enjoying the beauty of early autumn in the South of the country.

The superstar couple was spotted in one of the most breathtaking territories in Italy: Positano. Brady and Gisele have been enjoying a trip to the Italian coast, making time to spend some quality time during his third weekend of suspension.

According to Brady, the holiday with his wife was “a great chance to get away. I’ve never had an opportunity in September and hopefully I don’t have one for a very, very long time”. The couple will fly back to the United States in time for Brady’s return in Week Five, to face the Cleveland Browns.

Gisele and Tom were first photographed having a romantic seaside lunch in the beautifully-looking Amalfi coastline village. The New England Patriots quarterback and the highest-paid model took then a boat ride and went sightseeing inside caves, immersing themselves in the amazing blue sea of the Amalfi Coast.

In a perfect timing with one of the mildest autumn ever experienced in Italy, the beautiful couple had then the chance to soaking up in the sun. Finally, they visited the surroundings on a bright yellow Vespa, truly experiencing the richest and most fulfilling Dolce Vita of Italy.

Positano and Amalfi Coast were the most romantic getaway they could ever experience: in fact, the couple – who married in 2009 – left kids Benjamin, 6, and Vivian, 3, at home.

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