- Kelce’s parents are expected to be seated with Taylor Swift’s folks on Monday
- Monday’s Super Bowl rematch is also a battle of the Kelces, Jason and Travis
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While her in-laws are expected to be seated in a luxury suite at Arrowhead Stadium for Monday’s Super Bowl rematch, Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce’s wife Kylie says she’s going to brave the elements – and Chiefs fans – by sitting in the stands in Kansas City on Monday night.
‘I will be in the stands tomorrow, I’m a stands girl,’ she told Spectrum Sports KC after putting on a field hockey clinic in the Kansas City area on Sunday. ‘I love sitting in the stands, cheering with the fans, even if it’s in an opposing team stadium.’
A Philadelphia-area native, Kylie played collegiate field hockey at Cabrini University in Eastern Pennsylvania. She and Jason, one of People’s ‘Sexiest Men Alive’, married in 2018 after meeting on a dating app.
She’s had previous opportunities to sit in Travis’ suite, but said it’s ‘a tight squeeze’ because the future Hall of Famer ‘has a lot of people who come to games.’
It’s unclear if Kylie will have the couple’s three children by her side at Arrowhead Stadium, which is known for having some of the loudest fans in football.
Jason Kelce and his wife Kylie (pictured) are parents to three young children
Taylor Swift watches from a suite alongside Travis Kelce’s mother, Donna, on September 24
Of course, the big story going into the Monday night matchup is the Super Bowl rematch, as well as the battle between Jason and his brother Travis, the Chiefs’ All-Pro tight end, who happens to be dating Taylor Swift.
Swift is not expected to be in attendance for Monday’s game as she continues her South American tour. However, her parents will reportedly be at the game with Travis and Jason’s folks, Donna and Ed.
Typically the Kelce parents have stuck to luxury suites while watching their children play, and they’ve been joined by Swift for several recent Chiefs games.
Jason is currently winless against the Chiefs in his career, including a loss in February’s Super Bowl.
‘I am just hoping that we have enough people in the stadium saying ”Go Birds” that we will get my husband’s first win against the Kansas City Chiefs in his career,’ she said.
‘He’s 13 years in, we’re due,’ she added.
Jason and Kylie married in 2018 and now have three young children.