The quarterback's mom met the singer during Sunday's matchup between Kansas City and Los Angeles
The pop star, 33, attended the Chiefs game at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday and was spotted cheering enthusiastically for the tight end, 34, as the team secured another win over the Los Angeles Chargers.
While at the game, Swift was friendly with Mahomes’ whole family — between dancing and cheering with his wife, Brittany Mahomes, and their 11-month-old, Patrick “Bronze” Lavon Mahomes III, to meeting Patrick’s younger sister, Mia, and brother, Jackson.
Swift was also praised by Patrick’s mother, Randi Mahomes, for “how sweet” she was towards Mia, 12.
On Tuesday, Randi shared a new set of selfies she took with Swift during Sunday’s game as they smiled in their Chiefs gear and pursed their lips in another shot.
The quarterback’s 22-year-old brother reacted to the photos, writing, “❤️❤️” below the captionless post.
The selfies came just a week after Randi joked that she’d “finally” met the singer in a post on her Instagram Story.
“Since everyone keeps asking,” she captioned a photo on Oct. 15 of her posing with Swift’s wax figure at Madame Tussauds in New York City, referring to the media frenzy over Swift's budding romance with Kelce.
As for the quarterback himself, he shared he’d met Swift after the Sept. 24 game against the Chicago Bears — which was the first Chiefs matchup she attended.
"Yeah, I met her," Patrick, 28, told reporters during a press conference the following week. "She's really cool, good people."
He added, "But like Trav said, man, I'm going to let them have their privacy and just keep it moving.”
Sunday’s victory marked the fourth time the team has won with Swift in the audience. According to Kelce’s friend, Dallas Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons, the Chiefs tight end’s improved performance has everything to do with who’s in the crowd watching him.
“Travis Kelce's my boy, the best tight end in the league for like the past three, four years, so it's obviously not Taylor Swift,” the linebacker, 24, said on his podcast The Edge with Micah Parsons. “But I'm gonna tell y’all one thing. When there is a bad girl and she's in attendance and she's watching you, that gives you an extra boost of confidence.”
He added, “It's a swagger. It's a confidence when those things happen. Y'all know how it goes.”
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The numbers back up Parsons' claims.
According to a stat shared during the Chiefs-Chargers game Sunday, Kelce has more than double the receiving yards per game (99) when the “Anti-Hero” singer is watching versus when he’s “left to his own devices” (46.5).
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