(Courtesy of PacificCoastNews.com)
After three years, Gisele Bundchen
and Tom Brady
's $20 million, 22,000 square foot Los Angeles home
castle is finally complete
— and it has a moat!
The medieval throwback runs along the house, and there's a drawbridge connecting the driveway to the front door. Image if Gisele and Tom invited you over, and you had to wait for them to lower the drawbridge
over their moat
. Do you think they'll hire a drawbridge-lowerer? Will Gisele appear on a balcony in a billowing gown every time the couple has guests approaching, and yell "lower the drawbridge"
What does one even put in a moat? A quick Google reveals that moats were most likely filled with sharp objects, not live animals. So submerging a few spikes in the water would be the classic
choice. (Courtesy of Store.Melfisher.com)
But alligators would be way more intimidating.
As would sharks.
Or electric eels. (Courtesy of How Stuff Works)
Of course, the couple could always fill their moat with something decorative
. Like koi. (Courtesy of Upscale Koi)
Perhaps they want to entertain
by their moat. May we suggest waterskiing squirrels? (Courtesy of Summit Energy)
Or mermaids. (Courtesy of Walt Disney)
Or — why not? — Ryan Lochte
? (Courtesy of Getty Images)
But, since this is Gisele, maybe she'll stick to more fashion-y moat decor. Like Alexander Wang pool toys
. (Courtesy of Alexander Wang)
Tell us, what do you
think Gisele should put in her new moat?