Brittany Mahomes took her seat next to brother-in-law Jackson to cheer the Kansas City Chiefs on in the Super Bowl – a day after she appeared to leave him behind when he was denied VIP entry to a party in Vegas.
The wife of Chiefs quarterback Patrick was not sat alongside her new best friend Taylor Swift for the game – the singer was sat with the Kelce family, and also brought Ice Spice and Blake Lively along to cheer Travis.
Brittany made her way down to the Allegiant Stadium field before the game began and posed for pictures with her two young children, who were wearing Chiefs memorabilia for the big day. Jackson was also by the field, taking pictures.
On Saturday, video emerged of Patrick’s younger brother appearing to be denied entry to a VIP section of a party in Vegas, with Brittany already the other side of the security.
Jackson pleased with the security guard to let him through but when he was denied, Brittany shrugged and started dancing, making sure she made the most of her night out.
Brittany Mahomes took her seat next to brother-in-law Jackson for the Super Bowl
Brittany shrugged off her brother-in-law at a Future concert on Friday night in Las Vegas
Brittany went down to the field and got pictures alongside her two children
It came a day after Jackson was spotted in conversation with Kayla Niccole, the ex-girlfriend of Chiefs star Travis Kelce.
Earlier this week, the 28-year-old was announced as a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit rookie.
‘I’m truly just so humbled and still in disbelief,’ Mahomes told the publication on Thursday.
‘As a girl from Tyler, Texas, who only really knew sports, never in a million years did I think I’d be in the SI Swimsuit Issue. I’m just so grateful for this opportunity.’
For the most Kansas City games Brittany has been sat alongside Swift. Back in October, as the Chiefs stormed to victory against the Los Angeles Chargers, they even performed a celebratory handshake at Arrowhead Stadium.
The singer made the mad dash back from Japan for the game in Vegas but is sat with the Kelce family, as well as her mom and dad.
It is believed Travis paid $1million of his own money for them to be able to watch the game together.
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