Tom Brady says his children face unique challenges because of their parents' fame.
"There are a lot of expectations because of who their mom or their dad is," he told TODAY.com.
Brady has three children: Jack, 15, Benjamin, 13, and Vivian, 10.
It's not easy having Tom Brady as a dad — according to Tom Brady.
In an interview with TODAY.com published on Thursday, the former NFL superstar spoke about the "unique challenges" his children face because of their parents' fame.
"Our children have unique challenges [that are] different from ones I had growing up," Brady told the outlet. "There are a lot of expectations because of who their mom or their dad is, and it's not necessarily fair to them because they didn't choose that."
His children are "just normal kids," but "because of who our kids are [people say], 'You should be good at this' or 'You should look like that' but that's not the case," he said. "Everyone is an individual."
However, Brady, who was the New England Patriots' quarterback before joining the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, has enjoyed watching his oldest son, Jack, play football.
"I'm very enthusiastic. Watching him play was so fun for me," Brady told TODAY.com.
This will be Brady's first summer of coparenting with Bündchen after their divorce was finalized in October 2022, following 13 years of marriage. Brady told People in a separate interview published Thursday that they're ready for the new normal.
"I've got my little calendar right here," Brady said.
Among their summer plans, he's taking the kids to Disneyland before they go to Brazil with their mom and then to Europe with their dad.
"They got lots of good plans," he said. "These kids have a really good summer lined up."
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