What's been rumored for months was finally confirmed on Friday when New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady confirmed that his wife, Gisele Bundchen, is pregnant.
Brady revealed the news speaking with ESPN's Chris Berman. The child is due in December, and Brady has already starting laying down some ground rules.
"I told her, 'No Sundays,'" Brady said, joking that he can't afford to miss a game late in the season.
The couple married earlier in the year — once in California and again in Costa Rica. In the interview, Brady, perhaps getting more sentimental with age, opened up like never before.
"We're both people that really love to do our job and really love to work," Brady said. "We push ourselves and have very high expectations for what we do. So I think in that sense, it was a good match. As a partner, you're always looking for someone to challenge you and help you grow, and I think I found that person. It's been a wonderful experience to know her and have her be support through my injury."
There's been no public response yet from the locker room — specifically, Brady's offensive line — but it might be a safe bet that the previous quote may serve as this year's "Brady holding a goat" material for taking shots at the quarterback.