Tom Brady Keeps Baby's Gender a Secret From Gisele

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NFL quarterback Tom Brady and model Gisele Bundchen back in May when she was only a little pregnant. Credit: Stephen Lovekin, Getty Images



That Tom Brady.

Three Super Bowl wins with the New England Patriots. Gorgeous wife. And, according to People Magazine, a good keeper of secrets -- Brady is keeping his baby's gender a secret from expectant mom Gisele Bündchen.

In fact, Brady is the only person who knows, except (we hope) for the doctor.

"My dad asked me. I haven't told him," Brady told WEEI Sports Radio, according to the magazine. "[Gisele] doesn't know. It's a pretty good feeling knowing something that no one else knows." (We're guessing he doesn't flaunt his knowledge by singing, "I know something you don't know." Taunting pregnant women is generally a bad idea.)

Brady also said that he was particularly pleased with himself for being able to keep the baby's gender from Bündchen, because his wife is, "a very intelligent woman."

So is the Brazilian bombshell bothered by Brady's baby knowledge?

"I wanted to find out and she didn't, so she said, 'Go ahead.' It will be a surprise for her," he told WEEI.

We were wondering -- what did you do? Did one parent know the baby's gender before the birth while the other didn't? Or was it a joint decision?

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