Gisele Bündchen Wishes ‘Sweet’ Son Benjamin a Happy 6th Birthday

12/08/2015 at 12:50 PM ET

Two birthdays are better than one!

Just days after ringing in daughter Vivian Lake‘s third birthday, Gisele Bündchen celebrated her son Benjamin Rein‘s own big day.

Bündchen’s son with husband Tom Brady turns 6 on Wednesday, and the 35-year-old is already honoring the little boy with a sweet Instagram post.

“Happy birthday my sweet Benny,” the model wrote, sharing a scenic shot of Benjamin embracing her. “I love you so much #love.”


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The Brazilian-born beauty also added the same message in Portuguese. “#gratefulFeliz aniversário meu doce Benny. Eu te amo muito! #amor #gratidão.”

The star, who was in her home country for a photoshoot earlier this week, shared a similar sentiment for Vivian’s Saturday celebration.

“Happy birthday my little sunshine! I love you so much,” she wrote, adding the hashtags “#love” and “#grateful.”

In the stunning photo, Vivian wore a tiny bathing suit in a tropical location while she reached for a string of balloons.

— Lindsay Kimble

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Meh on

I never understand the point of these types of posts. They’re made in regard to people that aren’t on Facebook/Instagram and they scream “pay attention to these people” while also not showing their faces so it’s also asking for privacy. What’s the point? The people they’re addressed to won’t see them and the people who do see them don’t get to see much. Just say happy birthday to your kids in person and stop seeking attention from the rest of the world while simultaneously insisting on privacy.

Cute Kids on

Both very cute pictures! But why did People have to say “Vivian wore a TINY bathing suit”…. there’s nothing tiny about it, it’s a toddler suit. It just seems like People is trying to somehow make it sound inappropriate like a tiny bikini. Just sounds weird to me.

redchair1 on

he’ probably not as big a whiner as his dad

gracie on

@Meh…I don’t understand what you are saying in you second sentence. Are you refering to the PEOPLE post or Gisele’s post? The picture was posted on Gisele’s Facebook and Instagram…no different than the millions of people who constantly post pictures and updates on their kids/family on a daily basis and have open pages. It is called Social Media and lots of people …famous and not so famous…use it as a vehicle for sending a variety of messages. PEOPLE chose to take that photo and publish it. Gisele does have “fans” that follow what she is doing in her professional and private life. I imagine she posted this on her site not to get attention but because she loves her son, is pround to be his mom and chose to let her fans celebrate his birthday as well.

Debs626 on

The little boy is hugging his mother but she is not hugging him back, she is such a pig.

Meh on

I was referring to people, not the magazine. My point is, posts that are addressed to children or dead relatives or relatives not on social media make little sense. If you want to reach them (excluding the deceased relatives) just talk to them directly, not through a medium they don’t use. By posting, you’re really creating an audience, not a direct dialogue.