Four Months To Go! Pregnant Gisele Bundchen Looks Blooming Lovely!

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By Debbie EmeryRadar Reporter

It looks like Tom Brady‘s next future sports star will be born just in time for the Super Bowl!

The New England Patriots star’s supermodel wife, Gisele Bundchen, revealed that she has just “four months to go” in her second pregnancy while walking the red carpet at the Museum of Fine Arts: Mario Testino Exhibit in Boston on Wednesday.

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According to the Boston Herald, the secret announcement was whispered to her favorite photographer, Testino, who has captured her Brazilian beauty in a collection of his famous fashion and celebrity shots.

Dressed in a black Halston Heritage one shoulder ruched dress and Tom Ford jacket covering her baby bump, the former Victoria’s Secret angel joked, “It’s the only thing that fits me right now!”

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Just like the first time around, the 32-year-old model is making pregnancy look easy, although hubby Tom no doubt hopes she will keep her opinions about motherhood to herself this time!

After Gisele’s first child Benjamin was born, Bunchen caused a minor outcry by telling Harpers Bazaar UK, “I think there should be a worldwide law, in my opinion, that mothers should breastfeed their babies for six months.”

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The latest addition to the Brady bunch will join Tom and Gisele’s two-year-old son Benjamin, and John, 5, whose mother is actress Bridget Moynahan.

While the expectant mom socializes in Boston, quarterback Brady will be heading to England next week when the Patriots face off against the St. Louis Rams in the NFL UK International Series game in London on October 28.

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