Forget Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, the award for the tenderest on-camera moment goes to . . . Robert Kraft and Tom Brady!
The allegedly hooker-loving New England Patriots owner and his star quarterback were seen canoodling on a Boston tarmac after they shared a flight on Kraft’s private jet from a weekend of Oscars partying in Los Angeles.
The Super Bowl LIII winners arrived about 9:30 a.m. Monday and seemed to be in good spirits as they left the billionaire paper magnate’s posh Gulfstream.
Kraft — who is facing prostitution chargesfor visiting a Florida massage parlor — was able to put his new status as a national disgrace aside for a moment when he flashed a smile as someone showed him a framed copy of a newspaper that had a Super Bowl-related headline on it.
The two were seen enjoying a full-on brofest — even as Brady’s supermodel wife, Gisele Bundchen, was seen lugging her own stuff off the plane, seemingly ignored.
Brady looked to be in as good spirits as his boss, smiling as he loaded luggage and golf clubs into a vehicle in what appeared to be a light snow.
Before parting, the men shared a last hug putting their faces close together, as they famously did when they kissed after their Super Bowl win earlier this month.
Brady, the owner of six Super Bowl rings, wore a black leather jacket and skinny jeans, while Kraft, despite being worth an estimated $6.6 billion donned sweat pants, orange socks and sneakers.
Kraft, 77, had been spotted partying in Los Angles over the weekend with some fellow members of the three-comma club. He was seen attending Barry Diller’s pre-Oscars party on Saturday and Ronald Perelman’s bash on Friday, which was also attended by fellow plutocrat Jeff Bezos.
Sources told Page Six he was out and about without his blonde 39-year-old girlfriend, Rick Lander, who also was not seen on his flight back to Beantown.
Brady and Gisele were seen attending the 2019 Hollywood for Science Gala in LA, where they were snapped giving each other only a slightly more intimate embrace than Brady gave Kraft.