Kylie Kelce wore the most appropriate color for the Chiefs-Ravens game. On Sunday, Jason Kelce’s wife, 36, wore a red long-sleeve University of Cincinnati shirt to support her brother-in-law Travis Kelce, 34, and the Kansas City Chiefs as they faced the Baltimore Ravens for the AFC championship.
A fellow guest noticed Kylie, 31, inside Maryland’s M&T Bank Stadium wearing the red Under Armour top and a black purse hanging on her right shoulder, which had a tiny hand sanitizer bottle attached onto the strap. She rounded off her appearance with a black puffer coat.
Kylie was photographed sporting a red University of Cincinnati jersey while rooting for the Chiefs in the suite alongside Keleigh Sperry. Sperry uploaded the photo on her Instagram Story, and Kylie reposted it on her own. Sperry also shared another photo with Kylie showing her posing with a bunch of women, including Taylor Swift.
Kylie’s red sweater was spot on in terms of color, but it was also comparable to the ardent Eagles supporter who did not wear Chiefs attire to cheer on Travis’ club. She may be unwilling to wear the Kansas City emblem since she supports her husband’s team, but she will wear emotional artifacts.
Both Kelce brothers attended the University of Cincinnati, so her shirt at Sunday night’s game was a nice reference to where Travis (and Jason) come from. Kylie behaved similarly at last week’s game. She wore a Chiefs-red shirt, but it was actually branded for the Kelce brothers’ podcast, New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce.
Meanwhile, Jason donned a Chiefs-colored flowery button-down over a “Big Yeti” shirt and a Chiefs beanie, rather than going shirtless like he did on Jan. 21 during the Chiefs-Bills game.
Last week, Sarah and Jason flew to upstate New York for Travis’ game versus the Buffalo Bills, where her husband became viral for ripping off his shirt and leaping into a swarm of Bills fans.
The outing was the first time Kylie and Swift attended an NFL game together since Swift and Kelce announced their relationship in September..