Taylor Swift ‘fits in seamlessly’ with Travis Kelce’s friends and family: They don’t see her as a ‘superstar’
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Taylor Swift ‘fits in seamlessly’ with Travis Kelce’s friends and family: They don’t see her as a ‘superstar’

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Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift. PATRICK SMITH/GETTY

After celebrating Travis Kelce’s big win against the Baltimore Ravens alongside his family and friends Sunday, an insider shared how Taylor Swift has already effortlessly fit in with her boyfriend’s inner circle.

“She’s there to support him and cheer him on, and she has fit in seamlessly with everyone he loves,” an insider told People Monday.

The source added that the Kansas City Chiefs star’s family — including his parents, Donna and Ed Kelce, and his brother, Jason Kelce — don’t view the “Bad Blood” songstress as “Taylor Swift the superstar.”

The Grammy winner was seen hugging her beau’s loved ones at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore after watching the Chiefs’ victory from a VIP suite.

She then rushed down to the field alongside Donna and Ed to congratulate the tight end as they secured their spot at Super Bowl LVIII against the San Francisco 49ers on Feb. 11 in Las Vegas.

A viral video showed the 12-time Grammy winner in a frenzy as she attempted to locate her boyfriend while also lovingly keeping an eye out for Ed, whom she referred to as “dad.”

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While walking through a crowd, Swift, 34, turned to Donna and asked, “Where’s — do we have a dad?”

She then looked back and saw Ed walking behind them with the Philadelphia Eagles center, 36, confirming, “We have a dad, we have Jason.”

When the “Cruel Summer” hitmaker eventually found Travis, 34, they didn’t shy away from packing on the PDA by sharing a smooch despite cameras focusing on them.

Later, the NFL star told Swift “I love you” as they held each other close.

“They don’t see her as ‘Taylor Swift’ the superstar,” the insider added.

“I’ve never been so proud of anyone,” she responded. “Ever.”

Travis was visibly emotional during the AFC Championship trophy ceremony, even shedding several tears.

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The source told People Monday that the “New Heights” podcaster was “feeling every single emotion” in the moment.

“To be going to Vegas now is indescribable,” they said. “Having his family there, all his best friends and managers, and of course, Taylor, celebrating with him was very special.”

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