Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen recently celebrated their fifth wedding anniversary, and by the looks of it, they honeymoon phase is far from over! The New England Patriots quarterback, 36, and the model, 33, returned to the site of their nuptials last week when they jetted to Costa Rica together.
Technically, the couple first got married in private ceremony in Santa Monica, Calif., on Feb. 26, 2009. On Apr. 5, 2009, the newlyweds got remarried in a larger ceremony in the Central American country.
During their latest vacation, a shirtless Brady packed on the PDA with his bikini-clad wife. At one point, the athlete even grabbed the Brazilian beauty's booty during a passionate lip-lock.
The couple's children appeared to be M.I.A., but the family dog, Lua, was seen frolicking on the sand.
Bündchen looked like a bombshell in a leopard print bandeau-top bikini and a raspberry triangle-top string bikini. Brady, meanwhile, wore baggy swim trunks. The two were seen surfing during their trip.
The model also posted a picture of herself doing yoga on the beach March 15, telling her Instagram followers, "Good night sunshine!" The next day, Bündchen posed for an Instagram photo with son Benjamin, 4.
Bündchen also posted a picture of sandcastles and a mini-moat on the social networking site. "I think I enjoyed building this more then my kids," the leggy blond admitted in an Instagram caption.
Where did Brady and Bündchen go when the trip ended? The Boston-based couple recently listed their immaculate European country-style mansion in L.A.'s Brentwood for $50 million. They purchased the larger-than-life home in 2008 for $11.75 million and wasted no time renovating the sprawling estate.
According to real estate expert Brendan Fitzpatrick, founder and director of The Agency and a regular on E!'s Rich Kids of Beverly Hills, the spouses could profit between $10.47 million and $27.138 million.
"Supply of homes like this is extremely low and there's a huge demand to buy in L.A. right now and causing magnitudinal changes in price," he explained. "On top of that, it's a celebrity home, one of only two homes in L.A. with a moat and it has worldwide attention from when it was published in Architectural Digest."