For a stroll on the beach in Costa Rica, Gisele Bundchen wears Daisy Dukes


Get up and shine! The Brazilian supermodel looked stunning as she began her day with a relaxing stroll through the sand.

It’s time to unwind. On Saturday, Feb. 19, Gisele Bundchen, 41, was a sight to behold while taking a beach promenade in Costa Rica. During her trip, the world-class beauty looked effortlessly elegant as she hit the sand in a casual ensemble.

Gisele Bundchen

Gisele Bundchen

In a pair of small denim shorts, the former Victoria’s Secret model flaunted her long, toned legs as she strolled down the beach. She paired her Daisy Dukes with a black bikini and a white tie-up top to show off her toned abs. Gisele kept things simple on her walk, walking barefoot while carrying her shoes.

Tom Brady, 44, and their children Vivian, 9, and Benjamin, 12, were not spotted with the beauty. Following the quarterback’s retirement announcement in early February, the family has been spending time in Costa Rica. (Viv was seen riding horses across the picturesque Costa Rican environment with mum in a romantic Instagram post a few days ago.)

While Tom announced that he would be putting up his cleats, football fans haven’t heard the last of him. In fact, during a Feb. 8 episode of his SiriusXM podcast, the MVP didn’t fully rule out the possibility of returning to the field, advising listeners to «never say never.» Tom’s statement wasn’t simply a platitude, as a source told HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY that there is «without a doubt a chance for him to return.»

«It’s more than just words when he says ‘never say never’ on a comeback,» the insider said. «Tom will keep a close eye on the NFL offseason because if the pieces fall into place, he’ll be interested in returning.»

According to the source, the seven-time Super Bowl champion will not abandon his retirement intentions for any old NFL team. He wants to team up with athletes who are focused on winning the big prize. «He’d prefer to join a team that is on the verge of winning a Super Bowl, such as the San Francisco 49ers.»