Taylor Swift And Travis Kelce Parents Expected To Meet For First Time At Eagles Chiefs Game
Nothing quite says family like football. Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce’s parents expected to meet for first time at the Eagles Chiefs game in Kansas City for Monday night football. As we saw this past weekend, Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce are no longer hiding their love. After her Night 2 show in Argentina, there is no denying Taylor and Travis are in love and want the world to know. Even Donna Kelce did an interview with Access Hollywood and said “You know what, they’re making their own story, and they’re telling it their way, so that’s as good as it gets.”
Entertainment Tonight reports that Taylor and Travis are planning to introduce Andrea and Scott Swift to Donna and Ed Kelce at Arrowhead for the Chiefs vs Eagles game for Monday Night Football. They have a pretty wild connection in that both Donna and Ed and Andrea and Scott are divorced, yet they still hang out and attend all of their kids functions together. It’s very heart-warming to see how much they respect each other for the love of their children. Obviously Taylor met Donna and Ed Kelce at Travis’ games and Travis met Scott Swift in Argentina this past weekend. We assume Travis hasn’t met Andrea yet, but maybe he has and it’s just been kept under wraps.
Now we are assuming Taylor will also be there. She is set to finish playing her last show in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil on Sunday, November 19. So that means right after the show on 11/19, she will jump on her private jet and fly from Brazil to Kansas City. Thanksgiving is on Thursday and her next Eras tour shows is on November 24 in São Paulo on (Black) Friday. So the question is, will they all stay in Kansas City for Thanksgiving?
If this really happens, and Ed, Donna, Andrea, Scott, Taylor – and let’s add Kylie Kelce and the girls (Wyatt, Elliotte, and Bennett) are all sitting together in the VIP Box on Monday night, the game will literally have higher ratings than the Super Bowl. Is love actually more powerful than football? Ha!