BRIAN NIEMIETZ, RACHEL MARESCA, OLI COLEMAN
Thursday, January 28, 2016, 2:38 PM
Model Bridget Moynahan is anything but deflated that she didn’t end up with Tom Brady.
The 44-year-old beauty is still beaming three months after she tied the knot with New York City businessman Andrew Frankel — and she tells [email protected] she scored a touchdown with her new husband.
“I’m thrilled that I married the right man,” she said Thursday. “I can tell you that.”
That could be perceived as a dig at Brady — who famously split with Moynahan when she was three-months pregnant in 2006 and quickly started a new relationship with now-wife Gisele Bundchen.
But Moynahan has certainly moved on from her three-year romance with the Patriots quarterback, and she’s enjoying her more low-key lifestyle with her new man.
She even managed to pull off her wedding last October without any of her fans knowing she was getting married that day.
“I was happy that I was able to have a private moment,” she tells us.
“It’s very sweet because it’s very rare these days that you can do anything without everyone knowing.”
Moynahan was just one of the world-famous models at Thursday’s Lord & Taylor “Fit To Be” campaign event in New York.
Lana Ogilvie, Bridget Moynahan, Christie Brinkley and Ashley Graham (left to right) all attened the NYDJ 2016 Fit To Be Campaign Launch at Lord & Taylor in New York on Thursday.
But the 61-year-old stunner did follow the blizzard intently on the Weather Channel, and she says she fancies herself as something of a weather buff.
“I’m totally into extreme weather. I love it. I can’t stay inside during a storm,” she tell [email protected] “I have to get out with my camera and capture the foamy, frothy waves or just get out to the harbor or the beach.”
Lingerie model Ashley Graham, who is one of the faces of Lane Bryant stores, also attended the event, where she said its “insane” how devoted some women get to achieving an unrealistic “perfect” figure.
“I think society has told us we need to be thin, we need to be perfect,” Graham said. “I hate this word perfect. There’s no such thing as perfection, so why strive for it?”
“What I am doing with my message is letting girls know, you’ve got cellulite? Who cares,” she continued. “If you’ve got back fat, talk to it and tell it that you love it because nobody is perfect.”
With PETER SBLENDORIO