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Gisele Bundchen expecting a baby boy

Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady are expecting a baby boy.

Written by Agencies | Los Angeles |
September 18, 2009 9:34:55 am

Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen and footballer husband Tom Brady are expecting a baby boy and the celebrity couple have already zeroed in on a name.

Bundchen who is one of five sisters,is so excited with the news that she has told all her friends and family about the sex of the baby,who is due in December,National Enquirer reported.

“Tom and Gisele didn’t care if they had a boy or a girl,just as long as everything was OK with the child. But now that Gisele knows it’s a boy,she’s so excited,she can’t stop telling people,” a friend close to the supermodel said.

Bundchen wants to name the child Gabriel,after one of her sisters.

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“One of Gisele’s five sisters is named Gabriela,and she’s always thought it was a beautiful name. Besides,Gisele was brought up a Roman Catholic,and Gabriel is an archangel,a messenger from God,in the New Testament” the friend added.

“She’s also friends with Brazilian singer-songwriter Gabriel Guerra. They met in Rio de Janeiro last year,and he wrote the song ‘Tribute to Gisele’ for her. She liked it so much she put it on her website,” the friend added.

The forthcoming baby will be Bundchen’s first child and the second one for Brady,who has had a two-year-old son John Edward Thomas Moynahan with ex-girlfriend Bridget Moynahan.

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