It is the second time in three years the Patriots have had an audience with the American President.
The march is meant to protest President Donald Trump's administration, which protest organizers say has done everything in its power "to undo progress on climate change".
Some Patriots players, including quarterback Tom Brady, intend to skip the White House visit.
Bundchen has time and time again expressed her dislike for Trump, sending out messages via social media that she never stood behind his candidacy.
"An earlier version of this article included photos comparing the size of the Patriots' gathering at the White House in 2015 and the gathering on Wednesday", read the correction.
It was the team's fifth Super Bowl victory since 1960.
While the photo with Trump looks far more vacant than that with Obama, the motive appeared to show that many Patriots opted out of the Trump White House visit versus an eagerness when Obama was in office.
At least four players didn't attend explicitly because of Trump.
Aside from coach Bill Belichick and star tight end, Rob Gronkowski - who didn't even play in the big game due to injury - players who attended the ceremony were mostly unrecognizable and unknown by most National Football League fans.
A Patriots spokesman told the Times that 34 players attended this week's ceremony. But for the Trump visit, those staffers were seated on the South Lawn.
"In light of some recent developments, I am unable to attend today's ceremony, as I am attending to some personal family matters", Brady said in a statement to ESPN on Wednesday.