Gisele Bundchen receives love note from hubby Tom Brady

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(CNN) — It’s obvious that Tom Brady’s love for his wife, model Gisele Bundchen, will never go out of fashion.

Bundchen walked the runway for the last time Wednesday, and the New England Patriots quarterback wasn’t just there to support her in person, he expressed his emotions to the world on Facebook.

“Congratulations Love of my Life,” Brady wrote. “You inspire me every day to be a better person. I am so proud of you and everything you have accomplished on the runway. I have never met someone with more of a will to succeed and determination to overcome any obstacle in the way. You never cease to amaze me. Nobody loves life more than you and your beauty runs much deeper than what the eye can see. I can’t wait to see what’s next. I love you.”

He followed the text with two hashtags, #GOAT (“greatest of all time”) and #thebestisyettocome.

Bundchen, 34, announced her retirement from the catwalk last weekend.

“I am grateful that at 14, I was given the opportunity to start this journey. Today after 20 years in the industry, it is a privilege to be doing my last fashion show by choice and yet still be working in other facets of the business,” the Brazilian-born model wrote on Instagram.

Bundchen was the highest-paid model in 2014, according to Forbes magazine, with a total $47 million in contracts. She is the face of Chanel and Carolina Herrera and has her own line of lingerie. Bundchen and Brady have been married since 2009. The couple has two children.

What’s next for Bundchen? Based on an interview she did with Brazil’s Estado de S. Paulo newspaper, sounds like more quality time with Brady and their children.

“I want to be with my family more and focus on special projects,” she said.

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