EXCLUSIVE: Travis Kelce spotted heading home alone in his $400,000 Rolls-Royce from Chief’s training in Kansas City
The football tight end was likely on his way back to his newly acquired mansion in Leawood, Kansas City, which boasts six bedrooms, six bathrooms and 17,000 square feet.
Kelce looked relaxed as he was photographed by photographers in his luxury black sedan after preparing for Sunday’s game against the Green Bay Packers to be held in Wisconsin.
A smile appeared on his face as he sat behind the wheel of the huge vehicle.
The pop star is on his way to London will support Beyoncé with the British premiere of her new film Renaissance for the second official opening screening on Thursday evening.
She and Kelce then spent time hanging out with Patrick Mahomes and his wife, Brittany yesterday and this afternoon.
The 34-year-old football player and the Grammy hitmaker spent two nights at his new home, but only emerged on Tuesday and Wednesday to visit the Mahomes.
Taylor Swift’s private jet is parked on the runway at Kansas City airport on Wednesday evening
We see Swift and her entourage boarding a plane on their way to London
The pop star and Kelce arrived separately at the sprawling estate on Tuesday morning, accompanied by Swift’s security staff.
Kelce arrived in his iconic vehicle and wore a red hoodie, while Swift was driven to the property shortly before her friend.
The two couples also spent several hours together at Mahomes’ newly built $8 million mega-mansion last night – with a full-length football field with his name in the end zone and his logo on the 20-yard line.
Swift then went back to Kelce’s house and five hours later, he left his house for the airport.
Taylor Swift visited her new BBF Brittany Mahomes in Kansas City on Tuesday
Kelce arrived at Patrick Mahome’s house in his iconic Rolls Royce, wearing a red hoodie, while Swift was driven to the property shortly before her boyfriend.
On Sunday, Kelce wrote his name into the history books by reaching the 11,000-yard mark in just his 154th game for Kansas City against the Las Vegas Raiders.
In the second quarter of Sunday’s game at Allegiant Stadium, the Chiefs tight end made a 27-yard catch to pass the milestone and set an NFL record in the process.
He is the fastest tight end in history to record 11,000 career yards after doing so in just 154 games – surpassing Hall of Famer Tony Gonzalez’s previous record of 191 games – as well as the only player in the history of the Chiefs who did this.
Kelce’s historic night was not in vain as the Chiefs were successful recovered from last week’s defeat by the Eagles in a 31-17 win over the Raiders.
Kelce only needed 15 yards to reach the 11,000 mark in the game against the Raiders
By taking a catch against the Raiders and racking up 11,000 yards in 154 games, Kelce became the fastest tight end in NFL history and the only Chiefs player to ever pass the milestone.
He was already fourth on the all-time receiving yards list for tight ends and one of only four with more than 10,000 of them.
Kelce also ranks in the top four in career receptions and receiving yards, holds the record for most 100-yard receiving games and is on his way to an eighth 1,000-yard season – tied with no other tight end record of more then four.
In addition to his new record, Kelce also played a big role in helping the Kansas City Chiefs win this year’s Super Bowl in February.
“New Heights” was named the No. 1 sports podcast in the world by Spotify on Wednesday
With the release of Spotify’s annual Wrapped campaign today, Kelce and his brother Jason’s podcast ‘New Heights’ was named Spotify’s #1 sports podcast in the world.
The Kelce brothers also added that they were the third most followed show on Apple Podcasts, behind “Huberman Lab” and “SmartLess.”
According to Spotify, ‘New Heights’ was also the best sports podcast in America and the best American football podcast in the US.
The Kelce duo publishes new episodes every week, despite their busy schedules inside and outside of football.
Kelce will play against the Green Bay Packers of Wisconsin on December 3.