Photos: Here’s How Patriots Players Celebrated Christmas
January 3, 2019
The New England Patriots celebrated the big win on Dec. 23, and the team got the best Christmas present ever.
The team got an extra day off, and players made sure they used it well. Christmas Day is the day of the year when you gather with your friends and family. The Patriots celebrated the holidays with their families, and we love their pajamas! Some of them decided to stick to sports, and watched the Celtics defeat the 76ers. Other players decided to give their share to the community, and help those in need.
We saw all the pics of their families, and what can we say, family gatherings always melt our hearts.
Patriots quarterback posted a pic with his supermodel wife Gisele. “Have yourself a merry little Christmas. Let your heart be light. From now on your troubles will be out of sight… ❤” the caption read.
The McCourty twins posted a family pic. “Yea let’s all force 5 kids to take a group picture together in our pjs that should be fun! Merry Christmas from the McCourty’s!”
“Merry Christmas to all! Have a blessed day. Hopefully Santa blessed all your kids!” Patrick Chung wrote on Twitter.
“After the game Sunday I headed to meet with @bostonpolicedepartment to surprise two families with gifts & a visit for Christmas! A huge thank you to @rlglaser11 & the officers for helping me and my wife support and give back to two very deserving families this holiday. It’s the most wonderful time of year but I know firsthand from being one of six kids that holidays can be difficult for some and especially for big families. It was great spending quality time with each family member and help them make the holidays a bit brighter! Wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays,” Stephon Gilmore wrote on Instagram and posted a pic.
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