An emotional Travis Kelce celebrates the Chiefs’ Super Bowl 2024 win with mom Donna after a tense overtime

An emotional Travis Kelce celebrates with his family after the Kansas City Chiefs’ big win over the San Francisco 49ers in the 2024 Super Bowl.

The tight end was beaming from ear to ear as his team beat their rival 25-22 in a tense overtime thriller Sunday night, hugging his mother Donna Kelsey on the field at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nev.

Travis, 34, then excitedly ran into the arms of his girlfriend, Taylor Swift, who looked equally thrilled by the Chiefs’ second straight Super Bowl win as the couple packed on the PDA for onlookers.

The NFL star’s loved ones have been his biggest support system throughout the 2023 season, and they were often seen cheering him on from various VIP suites.

Travis Kelce hugs his mom Donna after winning the 2024 Super Bowl. Reuters

Donna has been spotted at nearly every Chiefs game rooting for Travis alongside Swift, who began dating the athlete last summer.

The matriarch and Grammy winner, 34, famously danced and swooned to Fast Life Youngstaz’s song “Swag Surfin'” during the Chiefs’ Jan. 14 game against the Miami Dolphins.

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Travis’ father, Ed Kelce, was not often seen, although he supported his son many times – and even kept his jersey number.

The patriarch met Swift at an Oct. 12 game and was immediately blown away by her — despite not knowing who she was earlier that day.

The two seem to have formed a bond since then, as the “Cruel Summer” singer was overheard referring to Ed as “Daddy” last month.

As for Travis’ older brother, Jason Kelce didn’t get into many games until his team, the Philadelphia Eagles, lost in the playoffs on January 15.

However, the soon-to-be-retired center, 36, made up for lost time when he dramatically tore off his shirt and scrimmaged on Jan. 21 against the Chiefs. Crowd jumps following Travis’ touchdown at Buffalo Bills game.

After learning about his brother’s stunt, Travis draws attention to their close relationship.

“I love that guy,” he said, “and whenever we’re not on the field together, we’re always rooting for each other.”

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