Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen
Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen attend the Met Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 6, 2019 in New York City. Theo Wargo/WireImage

Gisele Bundchen may have divorced Tom Brady weeks ago, but the supermodel remains active in his Instagram comments.

Bundchen, 42, subtly supported the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback's IG post celebrating the 10th birthday of their daughter Vivian.

On Monday, Brady, 45, shared a photo of himself, Vivian, and son Benjamin, 12, who he also shares with Bundchen.

"Happy 10th Birthday Vivi! We adore you and your beautiful heart! You bring so much joy to our life! We love you," Brady captioned the photo.

In her ex-husband's comment section, Bundchen shared a red heart emoji. The model also posted a special tribute to Vivian, which featured several photos of the birthday girl.

"Happy 10th birthday girlie girl! Thank you for being a ray of sunshine in our lives and for always spreading so much love all around you. We love you so much!" Bundchen captioned the post along with three red heart emojis.

After months of speculation, Brady and Bundchen announced their divorce in October following 13 years of marriage.

"We arrived at this decision amicably, and with gratitude, for the time we spent together," Brady wrote on his Instagram Story at the time.

"We are blessed with beautiful and wonderful children who will continue to be the center of our world in every way. We will continue to work together as parents to always ensure they receive the love and attention they deserve."

Bundchen shared a similar message noting that the two were "blessed for the time we had together."

Since the split, sources told People that the former couple's children will have "full access to both [parents], whenever they want."

"They can see whichever parent they want. They've got a schedule, but neither of them would prevent their kids from seeing the other parent," the insider said. "That's not who either of them are."

Brady and Bundchen had a prenuptial agreement in place at the time of their split. Although their divorce filings were made public, their custody agreement and property settlements were handled privately and remain sealed.