Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce Plan to Introduce Their Parents to Each Other at Monday’s Chiefs Game

Looks like the public is set to take in another Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce relationship milestone: their parents meeting each other for the first time. Entertainment Tonight reports that Swift and Kelce are planning to introduce Andrea and Scott Swift to Donna and Ed Kelce at Monday’s Kansas City Chiefs game, where the Chiefs will play the Philadelphia Eagles. Swift has already met Kelce’s parents, and Kelce spent time with Swift’s father when he visited her in Argentina.

Assuming Swift will be there in person, the singer will make a remarkable journey, as she is set to finish playing her last show in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday, November 19. The Chiefs are playing in Kansas City, Missouri on Monday evening, meaning Swift will fly over 16 hours post-concert to be there. Her next Eras tour shows after that begin on November 24 in São Paulo.

A source gave Entertainment Tonight intel on how Swift plans to spend her holiday tour break yesterday. After Swift wraps three nights of shows in São Paulo, she will be on break until February 7, when she begins the next leg of her international tour in Tokyo.

Kelce’s visit to Argentina this weekend was a great step in his relationship with Swift, the insider shared.

“[They] had a great time together in Argentina and can’t wait until they see each other again,” the source said. “Taylor has a two-month break in her tour, taking December and January off, and the couple is planning to spend more time together [then].”

“Taylor and Travis are on the same page and have a lot in common,” the source continued. “Both are extremely close to their families and share morals and views on a lot of things.”

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