Patrick Mahomes’ mom cries over son’s fame, admits she’s ‘jealous’ of boyfriends: ‘We just want to be normal’

Patrick Mahomes’ mom just wants to live a “normal” life.

Randi Martin recently appeared on “The Mom Game Podcast,” where she admitted that being the mother of a famous three-time Super Bowl champion is so stressful that she sometimes cries.

“As much as I say we’re blessed and Patrick is living his dream, it’s been the hardest seven years of my adult life,” she said. “It’s really hard to juggle… I cried a lot. I struggled with it.”

She even said that she is “jealous” of her friends and their children who are achieving more “normal” lives.

“We just want to be normal and go to dinner and we don’t do that,” she explained. “My daughter [Mia] and I, living in our city, we rarely go.”

Randi shares Patrick, 28, and her 24-year-old son, Jackson, with her ex-husband, Pat Mahomes. She lives in Texas with her 12-year-old daughter, Mia, from a previous relationship.

Randi, 48, also explained how her professional life as an event planner is affected by her son’s fame. She said she has so many people trying to contact her family by finding her phone number and email.

Although Patrick’s fame has been a difficult adjustment for the family since he joined the NFL in 2017, Randi said she tries not to let her stress affect her children.

“[Patrick is] busting his tail every day … doing what he has to do and has his family and kids,” she stated.

For his part, Patrick is the proud father of son Bronze, 1, and daughter Sterling, 3 years old.

The Kansas City Chiefs quarterback shares them with his high school sweetheart and wife, Brittany Mahomes.

During Randi’s podcast interview, she also mentioned that Jackson was put “through the bell” during the spot, which likely referred to his May 2023 arrest.

He was arrested and charged with aggravated sexual battery at the time for an incident involving the owner of the Aspen Restaurant and Lounge in Kansas.

He was sentenced to six months probation after pleading no contest to a simple battery charge in March of this year.

“It’s one day at a time,” the mother of three explained about her situation. “I cried myself to sleep reading some of the things I know my kids see. .. I kept my close friends close … it was really hard.”

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