Travis Kelce’s father Ed has hinted that his NFL star son may be considering traveling to Australia to reunite with his girlfriend Taylor Swift.
The pop star hit the road again almost immediately after watching his tight end lift the Lombardi Trophy for the third time at Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas, traveling to Australia, where he played three shows in Melbourne last week.
The singer continues her sold-out show in Sydney this week and with the NFL season and Super Bowl celebrations now over, Travis could be considering a trip to Australia to see his girlfriend perform.
That’s according to his father, Ed, who told the Sydney Morning Herald: “Well, look, we talked after the Super Bowl and I asked him if you’re going to Sydney, and he seemed interested.”
‘He said he would really like to see Sydney and Singapore, but he wasn’t sure because he has commitments. Today he’s at a celebrity charity golf outing, which I believe is in Las Vegas.
Travis Kelce could reunite with his girlfriend Taylor Swift in Australia for his Eras Tour
Travis’ father, Ed Kelce (right), said his tight end son was “interested” in going to Australia.
Travis and Taylor have juggled their schedules to spend time together and the singer attended 13 of their games this NFL season, including a crazy trip back from Tokyo to Las Vegas to get to the Super Bowl.
Meanwhile, Travis took advantage of the Chiefs’ bye week in November to play the role of doting boyfriend and watch Taylor perform for thousands of fans in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
However, while America’s favorite couple seems to be managing their schedules well so far, Ed admitted he had concerns about the future of the two highly successful lovebirds.
“I won’t pretend like I don’t worry about it, he’s my son and I worry about him because they’re bound to have some challenges in their relationship,” Ed said. “But they seem to fit together well and ultimately they just need to find their way together.” .
With the Super Bowl now out of the way, Travis should have a relatively open schedule during the NFL offseason until training camp with the Chiefs begins in September.
Meanwhile, after her time in Sydney, Swift has six shows in Singapore before having a two-month break.
The tour then restarts on May 9 in Paris and Swift will be on tour until mid-August, by which time Kelce will have returned to practice with the Chiefs for the new NFL season, which begins in early September.
The singer continues her sold-out Eras Tour show in Sydney this week.
The singer had made a mad dash from Tokyo to be at Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas.
But Swift’s tour dates could see Kelce visit iconic sports stadiums in Europe where she will play, such as Wembley, the home of the England national soccer team, and Anfield, the home of Premier League team Liverpool. which shares owners with the Boston Red. Medias.
The Chiefs star could also use his time in Britain to plan some adventures of his own.
Recently, on the New Heights podcast he hosts with his brother Jason, Travis suggested they do live shows in Britain after learning they both have the best-selling NFL jerseys there.
“We’ve got to get there, man,” the Chiefs tight end said. “I feel like if this is what’s happening in the UK, we’ve got to have a live show there, mate.”
Jason replied, “You don’t have to convince me of that, I’d be really down about that.”
It was also reported in late December that Kelce had made plans to visit Italian vineyards and top restaurants across Europe for when Swift is between tour dates.
The highly successful lovebirds have been juggling their schedules so they can support each other.
Kelce recently faced criticism for partying following the shooting at the Chiefs’ Super Bowl parade that left one woman dead and 22 injured.
Kelce was among the Chiefs stars who went ahead with a ‘scaled-down’ celebration just hours after a mass shooting turned the team’s Super Bowl parade into tragedy. However, other colleagues stayed away from the party.
He eventually matched Taylor’s donations to the GoFundMe page for the family of Lisa López-Galván, who was killed by gunfire.
He made a pair of $50,000 donations from his charity, Eighty-Seven & Running Foundation.