Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift make relationship decision after Incessant backlash

Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift make relationship decision after red flag backlash

Travis Kelce and pop superstar Taylor Swift have decided that they can’t be apart for more than two weeks. This decision was influenced by a trip to Australia, where Kelce flew out to join Swift on her tour Down Under.

 

 

According to the Daily Mail, this move came after Kelce was criticised for his behaviour during the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl parade earlier this month. He was seen taking a selfie with a police officer outside a restaurant in Kansas City, just hours after the tragic shooting incident at the end of the Chiefs parade celebrations.

 

 

Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift make relationship decision after red flag backlash

 

 

The report suggests that Kelce had initially planned to let Swift tour without any “distractions”. However, he made a last-minute trip to Australia to surprise her with a romantic Valentine’s Day gift. The 34 year old NFL star arrived in Sydney on Thursday morning and was at Swift’s concert that night, where they shared a private kiss backstage.

 

 

“They have decided that they don’t want to be away from each other for more than two weeks at a time,” said a source. But now, Kelce is due to return to Las Vegas to continue celebrating the Super Bowl victory with his Chiefs teammates, as reported by TMZ.

Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift make relationship decision after red flag backlash

 

 

Kelce was expected to arrive in Las Vegas on Saturday morning. A reunion of the Kansas City team in Sin City has been planned since their 25-22 overtime win against the San Francisco 49ers – a win that secured Kelce’s third Super Bowl alongside Patrick Mahomes and head coach Andy Reid.

There had been suggestions Kelce could retire but it seems he’s not planning to hang up his boots just yet.

 

 

Mahomes and his team are aiming for a fourth Vince Lombardi Trophy, and a third Super Bowl win in succession – something that’s never been done before in NFL history.

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