Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift’s Families Have Never Seen Them Happier, Source Says

Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift Eye Marriage, to Get Engaged - Report

A source tells ET that the “Karma” singer and the Kansas City Chiefs tight end, both 34, are “closer than ever before and everyone around them can see that they’re an amazing match.”

 

 

Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce are over the moon in love and those closest to them can plainly see it. “They love being together no matter what they’re doing and appreciate the little things in life.”

 

 

Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift's Families Have Never Seen Them Happier, Source Says

 

 

“They try to lead as normal lives as possible as a couple and are enjoying the upswing and growth in their relationship. They believe that timing is everything and that this is their time,” the source says. “Their families are both on board and everyone on Travis’ side loves Taylor and vice versa.”

“It’s a supportive dynamic all around. Their loved ones have never seen either of them so happy and hope and believe that it will continue,” the source tells ET.

 

 

The pair have spent a considerable amount of time together in recent weeks and months since going public with their relationship.

 

 

Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift's Families Have Never Seen Them Happier, Source Says

 

 

Since September, Taylor has attended nine of Travis’ Chiefs games — six of which have resulted in wins for the Missouri team. The pair have spent a considerable amount of time together in recent weeks and months since going public with their relationship.

Taylor is not expected to be at SoFi Stadium for the upcoming game on Jan. 7 as she is rumored to be attending the Golden Globes Sunday evening, which will be airing on CBS after the Chiefs vs. Chargers game.

A source tells ET, “Travis is not expected to attend the Golden Globes due to the Kansas City Chiefs vs. the L.A. Chargers game on Sunday.”

Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift's Families Have Never Seen Them Happier, Source Says

Taylor is nominated at the Hollywood award ceremony for her concert film The Eras Tour, which scored a nod in the newly designated Cinematic and Box Office Achievement category. The professionally shot version of the singer’s eponymous tour has made more than $250 million worldwide since its October release.

The film is nominated alongside other 2023 box office giants including Barbie, Oppenheimer and The Super Mario Bros. Movie.

She has previously been nominated for Best Original Song four times at the Golden Globes for “Safe & Sound” in 2013, “Sweeter Than Fiction” in 2014, “Beautiful Ghosts” in 2020 and “Carolina” in 2023.

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