Gisele Bündchen Only Breaks Her Insanely Strict Diet For This ONE Food

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Tom Brady and his supermodel wife Gisele Bündchen are notorious for their insanely strict diet. However, to our surprise, Bündchen revealed she does, in fact,  have a “guilty pleasure” food, and it does not adhere to her typical no-complex carbs diet plan.

According to an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Bündchen swears she’s a huge Dunkin Donuts fan, particularly of their Munchkins. “Do you know those things called Munchkins?’’ she asked the Wall Street Journal interviewee. “Oh my god. I cannot have one. I have to have, like, 10. They’re so tiny … It’s a guilty pleasure.”

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Yes, we also didn’t find this believable, but according to interviewer Jason Gay, her words are true. “Reader, I need you to trust my judgment,” Gay writes. “I am a Massachusetts kid—my bloodstream is still one-third Dunkaccino. And I am here, on a winter morning at the woodsy, snow-covered Bündchen-Brady home outside Boston, nestled on a couch, looking directly into the blue eyes of one of the world’s most recognizable women, and I believe with all of my heart that she is telling me the truth.”

Surprisingly, it was actually Bündchen’s husband, Tom Brady, who encouraged her to get Munchkins for their son’s hockey practice where they all eat the sweets together. While we don’t believe Brady and Bündchen indulge in Munchkins on the regular, it’s still satisfying to know that even a famous NFL quarterback and a successful supermodel succumb to a few guilty pleasures now and then—just like the rest of us.

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