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“I don’t think she has a girls’ night out anymore.” She recalled how, in Bündchen’s single days, the 5-foot-11 stunner was part of a tightknit group of models who hung out in the West Village. She smoked and drank a lot,” a Brazilian journalist who ran in the same circles as Bündchen in the early 2000s told The Post. Now, because of her strict diet, she doesn’t eat out often,” he added.“She basically goes to Whole Foods and prepares her own meals.” Unlike some other models, Bündchen doesn’t spend a ton of her Manhattan time on grooming.Her longtime friend and hairdresser Harry Josh told The Post, “I literally have to beg her to come into the salon for touch-ups.” Josh, who works out of the posh Serge Normant salon at John Frieda in West Chelsea, said, “She only [goes] to Serge Normant and only does her hair when she is here and I can pin her down — about two to three times a year.” Bündchen has popped into her neighborhood nail shop Polaris just once for a mani-pedi.“She didn’t talk much, but she was nice,” said a salon staffer.She moved to New York City in 1997, and quickly became popular among fashion magazines and top designers.
“[Bündchen] is more of a family girl,” Brazilian gossip columnist Joyce Pascowitch told The Post.
Brady and Bündchen split their time between a 14,000-square-foot manse in Boston’s exclusive Brookline nabe, about 28 miles from the Pats’ Gillette Stadium, and a million apartment at luxe One Madison in Manhattan’s Flatiron District.
And even though the address is right there in the name, Brady, who’s playing in his seventh Super Bowl on Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons, doesn’t seem to remember where he lives.
In 2009, Bündchen married professional football player Tom Brady. Known for her high cheekbones, golden hair and shapely curves, Gisele Bündchen is one of the world's most famous models.
She is one of five sisters, arriving into the world just minutes ahead of her fraternal twin sister, on July 20, 1980.