Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift’s families still hope to spend Thanksgiving together, despite the singer unable to make his game tonight.
While there was never confirmation Swift would be at Arrowhead Stadium to see Travis play against his brother Jason and the Philadelphia Eagles, any chance of her attendance was ended when she rescheduled an Eras show in Brazil to Monday night.
Her parents are reportedly attending the game though and if so, would be set to meet Travis’s mom and dad for the first time.
According to TMZ, later this week the families could gather for Thanksgiving at Travis’s new $6million home in Kansas City.
TMZ adds that Travis and Taylor are still working out how they will celebrate Christmas together, with the Kelce and the Chiefs playing the Raiders in Las Vegas on Christmas Day.
Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift’s families could spend Thanksgiving together in Kansas City
Travis has met Taylor’s father Scott – they stood together to watch her recent Eras show in Buenos Aires. Scott was even seen wearing a Chiefs lanyard – gifted to him by Travis – despite being a lifelong Eagles fan.
On the field, the game promises to be a blockbuster. It’s a repeat of last season’s Super Bowl – which Travis and the Chiefs won – with the two standout teams this time around.
Travis and brother Jason – a center for the Eagles – will put their brotherly love to one side for the game, while their mother Donna may be tempted to wear the 50-50 jersey from February’s Super Bowl to support both her sons.
Speaking on their New Heights podcast last week, Jason told Travis he was keen to meet Taylor’s dad because he once played football as center.
Travis said: ‘He’s a huge football guy – he played college ball. I believe a year at Hawaii and then a year or two – I forget how long her was there – at Delaware.
‘I think he was a linebacker-turned center… he’s a tall guy – about 6ft 2ins.’
Jason responded: ‘We’re going to have to get together and talk some center shop one day.’
Donna and Taylor have met multiple times before – the first time Taylor was at a Chiefs game, she was stood alongside Donna in the Kelce suite at Arrowhead Stadium.