Super Bowl hero Patrick Mahomes heads to DISNEYLAND with wife Brittany and his two children, Sterling and Bronze, as part of NFL tradition one day after lifting Lombardi Trophy with Kansas City Chiefs

Kansas City Chiefs star quarterback Patrick Mahomes made the traditional trip to Disneyland Monday – one day after winning his third Super Bowl. 

Mahomes, who also clinched his third Super Bowl MVP, helped the Chiefs hoist the Lombardi Trophy in Las Vegas with a 25-22 victory over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. 

It is customary for Super Bowl winners to head to the happiest place on earth with their families following their victories and Mahomes was no exception making his third trip to the theme park. 

The signal caller, who also made visits to Disneyland following his Super Bowl wins in 2020 and 2023, made an appearance at the Main Street USA parade with his family. 

‘It’s a tight schedule, we don’t get a lot of sleep but we enjoy every minute of it,’ Mahomes said. 

Patrick Mahomes took part in the Disneyland parade a day after winning the Super Bowl

Mahomes waved to fans on the parade less than 24 hours after his Super Bowl win

Mahomes had led this team to a gripping win over San Francisco 49ers

Mahomes waved to fans on the parade less than 24 hours after his Super Bowl win

Mahomes, wife Brittany and choldren Sterling and Bronze pictured at Disneyland

Mahomes, wife Brittany and choldren Sterling and Bronze pictured at Disneyland 

Mahomes admitted had hadn't had much time to sleep since his team won the Super Bowl

Mahomes admitted had hadn’t had much time to sleep since his team won the Super Bowl

Brittany shared a picture with daughter Sterling and Minnie Mouse earlier in the day

Brittany shared a picture with daughter Sterling and Minnie Mouse earlier in the day 

The pictures emerged shortly after the rest of the Chiefs team flew back to Kansas City from Vegas after big night of partying. 

Mahomes looked in great spirits, understandably so, on the parade as he waved at all the fans who were cheering him on the parade. 

But he was wearing sunglasses that may well have helped him cover the bags under his eyes after such little sleep. Mahomes and wife Brittany were out in Sin City until around 3am on Monday morning. 

Earlier in the day, Brittany shared a picture of her and her children at the resort but Patrick wasn’t in the images. 

Mahomes, meanwhile, had to face another round of media questions the morning after his team’s magnificent victory.

There, he underlined his desire to lead the Chiefs to a three-peat – a feat that has never been done before in NFL history.

‘No one’s ever done it, and we knew it’s legendary to win back-to-back,’ Mahomes said. ‘I think eight other teams have done it. We had heard it all week. 

‘We’ve got to continue to play our best football. We’ll celebrate these next few weeks, and then we’ll get right back at it.’

Mahomes poses with his young daughter Sterling and Minnie Mouse at Disneyland

Mahomes poses with his young daughter Sterling and Minnie Mouse at Disneyland 

Patrick Mahomes headed to Disneyland, one day after winning the Super Bowl on Sunday

Patrick Mahomes headed to Disneyland, one day after winning the Super Bowl on Sunday 

The quarterback - pictured with wife Brittany - hoisted the Lombardi Trophy for a third time

The quarterback – pictured with wife Brittany – hoisted the Lombardi Trophy for a third time 

Last year, he made the trip with his wife Brittany and their two young children, daughter Sterling and son Bronze, who were almost 2 and three-months-old respectively at the time. 

Mahomes delivered heroics for Chiefs Kingdom once again as he picked out Mecole Hardman, who breezed into the end zone in the dying seconds of overtime at Allegiant Stadium to clinch the back-to-back win for Kansas City. 

‘It means a ton,” Mahomes said Monday. ‘I know how hard these guys work. 

‘I know how hard these guys get after it. I know how hard the coaches work. I believe we’re the hardest-working team in the NFL, and for all of that hard work to pay off.

‘That’s something that we always preach is we believe we work for those moments, for those end-of-game moments, and we prepare ourselves for those. 

‘To be able to have our stamp on this great NFL history is something that I’ll never take for granted.”

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