Travis Kelce and Patrick Mahomes Meet Young Cancer Survivor — and His Sister's in a ‘Taylor’s Boyfriend’ Shirt!

The Chiefs stars spent time with 7-year-old Jackson and his siblings during their mandatory mini camp

<p>Kansas City Chiefs/Instagram</p> Travis Kelce and Patrick Mahomes Hang with 7-Year-Old Cancer Survivor

Kansas City Chiefs/Instagram

Travis Kelce and Patrick Mahomes Hang with 7-Year-Old Cancer Survivor

Kansas City Chiefs stars Travis Kelce and Patrick Mahomes shared an adorable meeting with a young fan who recently recovered from cancer — and his Swiftie sister!

The Chiefs shared a video of the heartwarming meeting on social media. "The guys got to spend some time with Make-A-Wish kiddo Jackson yesterday who, after 7 rounds of aggressive treatment, just recently got to say he is officially cancer free," the team wrote in a caption.

Mahomes, 28, was first to approach the young fans in the video. The quarterback happily greets Jackson and his siblings with a handshake before Kelce, 28, comes over to the group to introduce himself.

"What's up dudes and dudettes," Kelce said excitedly as he approached the young fans.

Jackson wore a shirt with Kelce's No. 87 on it, while his sister was sporting a Chiefs-colored shirt that said "Go Taylor's Boyfriend" to meet the popular NFL star.

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Mahomes and crew are seen signing the shirt in the video shared by the Chiefs.

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Jackson's younger brother, dressed in Kelce's iconic red Chiefs jersey, also got to meet Kelce, Mahomes and the Chiefs after their practice on Wednesday.

"And you've got the Super Bowl edition on. That's what I'm talking about," Kelce said of the boy's outfit during the sweet meeting.

Running back Isaiah Pacheco even let the kids try on his helmet and posed for photos next to the young fans.

Kelce signed multiple items for Jackson and his siblings, including a pair of gloves that he appeared to gift to the kids.

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After the exciting day, Jackson's mother left a comment on the Chiefs Instagram video thanking the team. "Thank you, Chiefs!!!!! Jackson had such an amazing day and will never forget this. He is so happy," she wrote. "You guys were truly amazing not only for him, but his brother and sister. Core memories made."

The Chiefs held a three-day mandatory mini camp this week at their facility in Kansas City. They'll have a break until their official training camp begins at Missouri Western State University on July 23.

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