Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce Shared the Sweetest Moment of PDA During a Post-Game Party

Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce Shared the Sweetest Moment of PDA During a Post-Game Party

 

Less than a week after Taylor Swift spilled tons of major details surrounding her relationship with Travis Kelce (what better way to make it “official” than with a Time Magazine Person of the Year cover?), the not-so-new lovers continued to prove that they’re stronger than ever by sharing a sweet moment of PDA at a Kansas City Chiefs after-party.

 

Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce Shared the Sweetest Moment of PDA During a Post-Game Party

After making an appearance at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday night to cheer on her beau during the Chiefs’ matchup against the Buffalo Bills, Swift accompanied Kelce to an exclusive post-game party for players and their inner circles. While few photos were shared from inside the event, Kelce’s barber, Patrick Regan, did the Lord’s work by uploading a snap of the couple to his Instagram that saw Taylor planting a kiss on Travis’s cheek.

In the photo, the songstress wore a black long-sleeve top and a matching leather miniskirt while she held the tight end’s face, who sported a brown plaid button-up and a dark green beanie as he grabbed his girlfriend’s arm and held the small of her back.

“Thanks @taylorswift for the Pics of the Gameday Freshy for @killatrav 🙌🏼❤️,” Regan captioned the dump, which also included photos of Taylor cheering in the stands and Travis waving at fans while arriving at the stadium. “I had an Amazing Time at Yesterdays Game 🏈”

Taylor’s appearance at Sunday’s game and after-party comes shortly after she opened up about supporting Kelce’s career in her Time interview.

“Football is awesome, it turns out. I’ve been missing out my whole life,” she shared, later adding, “When you say a relationship is public, that means I’m going to see him do what he loves, we’re showing up for each other, other people are there and we don’t care.

The opposite of that is you have to go to an extreme amount of effort to make sure no one knows that you’re seeing someone. And we’re just proud of each other.”