As the Kansas City Chiefs’ Travis Kelce and Philadelphia Eagles’ Jason Kelce prepare to take on at Super Bowl 2023, their mommy Donna Kelce is responding to the household competitors.
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Blood might not be thicker than that extremely desired Vince Lombardi prize.
After Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs advanced to the greatest football video game of the year together with Jason Kelce and the Philadelphia Eagles, the NFL gamers recognized something significant. They will make history by ending up being the very first siblings to bet each other in the Super Bowl
While both professional athletes were not surprisingly stired to see their groups bear down Jan. 29, their mother Donna Kelce discovered herself in an extremely special scenario.
In February, she will end up being the very first NFL mommy in history to have both her boys playing at the Super Bowl (on opposing groups may we include!).
So, what is a mama expected to do? Root for both gamers, obviously!
” #HeightsHighandUCBearcatSuperBowl,” she composed on Twitter Jan. 29 in recommendation to her boys going to Cleveland Heights High School and after that matriculating at the University of Cincinnati to play football.
To make things a little simpler, tight end Travis, 33, and center Jason, 35, usually do not take the field at the exact same time as they both use offense.
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Ultimately, for Donna, the idea of among her children losing after such a significant video game is a real hit to the heart.
” It’s your hopes and dreams coming to life, however it’s your worst worries,” she informed Fox 8 Jan.24 “Somebody is going to go house a loser, and neither one of them lose effectively.”
No matter what takes place on video game day, both Jason and Travis can depend on their mommy to be the supreme cheerleader. In current weeks, Donna has actually been identified using a jersey that included both Eagles and Chiefs group colors.
May the very best sibling win?
Super Bowl 2023 airs Feb. 12 at 3: 30 p.m. PST on Fox.
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