The mother of three has a great sense of humor
Kylie Kelce knows her family is part of the winning team!
The mother of three, 31, shared a message to her Instagram followers on Monday, letting it be known that her mugs completely understand her.
On the left side was a white mug that read “Positivity Please” in a cool and groovy font. Between the words was a single eye.
On the right was a mug with a completely different message. “F--- AROUND AND FIND OUT” was written on the yellow mug.
Her message comes after her brother-in-law advanced to the 2024 Super Bowl with the Kansas City Chiefs following their AFC Championship victory over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.
The Chiefs won 17-10 at M&T Bank Stadium, earning a chance to win their second consecutive Vince Lombardi Trophy.
On Feb. 11, the Chiefs will take on the San Francisco 49ers in Las Vegas with Usher as the halftime performer. It is a rematch of Super Bowl LIV, which ended with the Chiefs beating the 49ers 31-20.
At the end of Sunday’s game, Taylor Swift rushed to the field to congratulate her NFL beau, 34, with a sweet kiss. His mother and father, Donna and Ed Kelce, were standing alongside the couple as they shared the celebratory moment.
During a radio interview last week, Ed told Audacy's 92.3 The Fan that the family has had more eyes on them since his younger son’s high-profile romance.
“More people recognize us since he started dating Taylor, though,” he said after sharing that he and Donna had recently started becoming popular due to their boys winning on the field.
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“I'll be [in] the grocery store, somebody will smile and say, 'Hey!' Come over and say [Hi], and I have no idea who they are. That has certainly picked up and become more frequent by a long shot than the before Taylor days,” he continued.
Kylie is still adjusting to people being “so interested” in their lives amid Swift and Travis' romance.
“I almost feel a little guilty that people are so interested and invested in what I'm doing,” she told Good Morning America in an interview published on Monday. “I'm like, I am trying to scrape applesauce off the couch, this is not that fascinating.”
“So it's funny to me. I deeply appreciate the support,” she continued.
There have been rumors that Jason could retire after 13 seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles.
“I think that whatever he does he's going to be successful in,” she told GMA. “And I'm not just saying that because I'm his wife.”
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