Donna Kelce 'Likes' PEOPLE's Instagram Post of Son Travis and Taylor Swift’s PDA-Filled Post-Game Celebration

The power couple shared the intimate moment on the field after Travis’ Chiefs beat the Ravens to advance to the Super Bowl

<p>Patrick Smith/Getty</p> Donn Kelce, Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift on Jan. 28.

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Donn Kelce, Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift on Jan. 28.

Donna Kelce likes what she sees!

After the football mom, 71, watched her son Travis Kelce, 34, advance to his second-consecutive Super Bowl when the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Baltimore Ravens, she pulled out her phone, opened Instagram and noticed one particular post she ended up liking.

In the eye-catching post — shared on PEOPLE’s Instagram account — Travis is seen in a series of photos hugging and talking to his superstar girlfriend Taylor Swift after they shared a celebratory on-field kiss.

Related: Jason Kelce Chokes Up Congratulating Travis on 2024 Super Bowl Spot: 'Finish This Motherf---er'

Donna liked the post shortly after celebrating the Chiefs 17-10 win alongside the “Bejeweled” singer on the field, where they also shared a hug.

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Since Swift went to her first Chiefs game on Sept. 24, cheering alongside Donna in a suite, the Midnights singer has now attended 12 NFL games to support Travis. The Chiefs have won nine games and have lost only three times with Swift in attendance.

Before this season, Donna became a household name in February 2023 when Travis and his older brother Jason Kelce, 36, competed against each other in Super Bowl LVII, a.k.a the Kelce Bowl. The Chiefs won the championship game against Jason’s Philadelphia Eagles, 38-35.

Related: Donna Kelce Thinks Jason and Travis Will Still Be ‘Involved with Football’ in Retirement (Exclusive)

<p>Olivia Reiner/X</p> Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce kiss on Jan. 28.

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Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce kiss on Jan. 28.

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”It’s been a ride. That’s for sure,” Donna told PEOPLE last year, ahead of being named on the 25 Most Intriguing People of the Year list. “Sometimes I feel I’m on some kind of a different planet. I’m like, ‘What has my life become?’ ”

On Sunday during the AFC Championship game at M&T Bank Stadium, Donna watched Travis catch 11 passes for 116 yards. Travis scored one touchdown and broke NFL legend Jerry Rice’s record for most catches in postseason history.

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