- Taylor Swift’s brother Austin flew to Kansas City to celebrate Christmas with her
- Travis Kelce revealed what gift he received from Austin, who was dressed as Santa
- DailyMail.com provides all the latest international sports news
Travis Kelce revealed what Taylor Swift’s brother got him for Christmas as they celebrated the holidays together for the first time.
Austin traveled to Kansas City on Christmas morning with Taylor and their parents as they watched Kelce in action for the Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium.
Then, as DailyMail.com exclusively revealed, they all met up at Kelce’s mansion in the evening to celebrate together.
Kelce and his brother Jason hosted a special festive episode of their podcast New Heights on Friday, welcoming their parents and Jason’s wife Kylie to the show.
In it, Kelce told them what Austin bought him and revealed that he was the man dressed as Santa who arrived with Taylor and sat next to her during the game.
“It was a total commitment, and I respect that,” Kylie told Travis.
Travis continued: “He succeeded and he really made me feel like a kid because his present was straight out of the bag, in Santa’s bag.
“He handed me a VHS of my all-time favorite football movie, Little Giants.”
Starring Rick Moranis and Ed O’Neill, Little Giants tells the story of a man who creates a football team full of misfits to compete with his brother’s elite team.
Austin’s girlfriend, Sydney Ness, was also reportedly in Kelce’s suite at Arrowhead Stadium for the game.
It remains to be seen whether Swift will bring the whole family with her again when she returns for the Chiefs’ game on New Year’s Eve against the Bengals.
After the Raiders’ loss, photographs surfaced of Taylor’s father, Scott, watching the game alongside Travis’ father, Ed, 69.
The two were seen chatting and DailyMail.com has exclusively learned that their conversation did not end at the end of the game.
A source close to the Anti-Hero singer revealed that after the game, Taylor’s family joined Travis and his father at the NFL’s Kansas City mansion, where they all celebrated the rest of the holiday together.
“Seeing their families together on such a special holiday was the greatest gift ever for Taylor,” a source close to the 34-year-old Grammy Award winner told DailyMail.com.
“This has never happened to her before and it made this vacation the most meaningful for her.
“His friends think this is just more proof that Travis will be a Swiftie for life.
“Of course, Travis was disappointed that they didn’t win the game. But he’s at the point in his career where he doesn’t let it affect him too much and looks forward to the next game.
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