We stan a supportive wife! Gisele Bündchen is always supportive of her hubby, NFL star Tom Brady, and she had yet another reason to celebrate his accomplishments. The New England Patriots scored a huge win on January 20, and Gisele took to her Instagram Story to share her reaction in a super sweet clip. Watch the video above to see what she posted and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel.

The supermodel, 38, documented the Patriots’ victory and she was unable to keep her cool. The team defeated the Kansas City Chiefs at the 2019 AFC Championship game, which means they’re now headed to the Super Bowl. A screaming Gisele appeared on video, excited after the Patriots scored the final touchdown. “Yes! Let’s Go!” she shouted as she jumped around in the living room.

The football quarterback, 41, was interviewed after his big win — and he gave his wife a shoutout before responding to the interviewer’s question. “I first want to say hi to my wife. I love you so much,” said Tom. The Brazilian beauty responded with, “Love you, baby.” Aw!

We wouldn’t be surprised to see Gisele support her beau next Sunday in person, as it’s something she regularly does, especially considering the fact that the Patriots are no strangers to the Super Bowl. This year is their third time competing in a row, making them the third franchise in NFL history to do so. Within the last 15 years, the New England team has held the NFL championship title in 2002, 2004, 2005, 2015 and 2017.

So far, Gisele has been there supporting Tom in his most major wins. The two tied the knot in 2009 and share two children together — Benjamin Rein, 9, and Vivian Lake, 4. Tom has an older child, John, a.k.a. Jack, 11, whom he shares with ex and Blue Bloods actress Bridget Moynahan.

This year’s AFC championship game is Tom’s eight consecutive appearance, meaning that’s eight times Tom has made it to the last round before competing in the Super Bowl. The Patriots will now be up against the Los Angeles Rams at the championship game, which will take place at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta on February 3.