Model Gisele Bundchen.
Model Gisele Bundchen.

Gisele Bündchen gave her kids' lollies away

GISELE Bündchen gave away the sweets her children collected on Halloween to other kids on the street.

The 36-year-old supermodel doesn't like her two little ones Benjamin, six, and Vivian, three, to have too much sugar so, rather than ban them completely, she allowed them one piece of candy they picked up trick or treating and the rest were donated.

Speaking to People.com, she said: "We don't really have that a kind of sugar in our house. I let them try one (piece), but they really only had one bite and then they didn't want it anymore.

"So I told them if they didn't like it I was going to give it away to other kids and they actually let me give their candy away."

However, although they're not allowed to tuck into calorific treats, the youngsters still get healthy desserts every single day.

She explained: "It's a little different kind of sweets, so they're not used to it. I said to them, 'You know, there are so many kids that don't get candy and you guys got so many, some kids don't even get one! And they're like, 'Oh mom, okay you can give it to them if they don't get any.' "

Although the brunette beauty is focused on raising her children, whom she has with her husband Tom Brady, in the best way possible, she still likes to set time aside for relaxation.

She said recently: "I had to make some adjustments from what my life was like before I was a mom.

"My kids are so fun and loving, but they are also demanding!

"For me, making schedules are critical to make sure we attend to all the needs of the kids and our family. After adding everyone's schedule on the calendar, I make sure that everyday I have some sacred time for myself, so I can recharge."



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