Gisele Bundchen, British Vogue

Mario Testino

Gisele Bündchen definitely has it all—but if she could choose, would she want to keep everything the same?

The stunning supermodel covers British Vogue and tells the magazine that her ideal life would look a little bit different than what she has now! Instead of modeling, the bombshell admits that she's happiest with her family while surrounded by the great outdoors.

"My earliest memory was going to my grandma's house, milking the cows and collecting the eggs from the chickens," she explains. "If I could choose, I'd be bare feet, with animals all around me and living in a tree house. Like Tarzan and Jane, that's my dream. I'm at my happiest around nature."

As the highest-paid supermodel in the world who happens to be married to a very important football player, privacy might be hard to come by, but Gisele insists that she separates her private life from her public one.

Tom Brady, Gisele Bundchen, Super Bowl XLIX

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"I'm a model as a job, I'm Gisele, the daughter of Valdir and Vania, I'm a woman, I am a model," she says. "When I go home and shut the door, that's it. If I want to expose something, it should be my choice."

She and Tom Brady have been married since 2009 and the gorgeous couple is happier than ever! She even dishes to the magazine that she knew he was The One as soon as she met him. As if they could be any more perfect...

"I knew Tom was the one straightaway," she admits. "I could see it in his eyes that he was a man with integrity who believes in the same things I do."

Gisele has two children, Ben and Vivian, with the New England Patriots quarterback and is also stepmom to his other son, John. Modeling for haute couture designers might be her actual career, but Gisele prides herself on being a mother first and foremost.

"I'm very nurturing, I come from a large family and my parents were loving. But the most important thing for me as a mum is to keep my word," she says. "When I say no, I mean no. I always say they have all the time in the world to sit there saying, 'I want it, I want it,' but they are smart, and if I give in to them they know they can get away with it."

They might be hearing "no," but those kids are still the luckiest in the world.

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