Gisele Bundchen Photo Captures 'Fun' In Disneyland

Gisele Bundchen shared another personal photo of her family this week, further proving that celebrities are just like anybody else.

The supermodel posed beside husband Tom Brady with their son Benjamin in her arms, while Brady held her stepson John during a trip to Disneyland on Tuesday.

"Fun family day at Disneyland," Bundchen added in the caption of the photo posted to Instagram. The family stood before Red the Fire Truck, a character from the animated movie "Cars."

Bundchen and Brady, who plays for the New England Patriots, were dressed casually in denim and hats that protected them from the California sun.

The only person missing from the family photo was Bundchen and Brady's daughter Vivian who was born just seven months ago. Vivian's famous parents likely decided that she was too young to enjoy Disneyland just yet.

Also taken during the trip to Disneyland, Bundchen posted a snapshot taking while on Tower of Terror ride. The supermodel is seen smiling broadly with her arms raised while strapped onto the thrilling ride.

Meanwhile, Tuesday was not the first time Bundchen has shared snapshots taken from time spent with family. The Victoria's Secret model has posted images of her sisters as well as her baby daughter Vivian Lake.

"Practicing yoga with my little partner before going to work," Bundchen wrote on the micro blogging site last month, including a photo of herself in a yoga pose beside her baby daughter.

"Enjoy your day," the Victoria's Secret model cheerily added.

Despite being one of the highest-paid models in the world, Bundchen frequently shares candid photos of herself with family on ordinary trips to the park as well as along vacations to the beach.

Another recent post read: "a beautiful day with my loves," and included a snapshot of sons Benjamin and John.

In addition to motherhood and a prolific modeling career, Bundchen stays busy with her clothing line, C&A. The Brazilian native was also named the new face of designer jewelry brand David Yurman.