The mother of Travis Kelce spoke to 'Today' on Wednesday ahead of Super Bowl LVIII on Feb. 11
Donna Kelce is opening up about her seating arrangements at Super Bowl LVIII.
The mother of brothers Travis Kelce, 34, and Jason Kelce, 36, sat down for an interview with TODAY ahead of the championship game, which will see Travis and the Kansas City Chiefs take on the San Francisco 49ers at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.
“You can understand that the boxes in Vegas are multi-million dollars,” Donna, who has sat with Travis’ girlfriend Taylor Swift at his previous games, said after she was asked about her Super Bowl seating arrangement.
“So I have a feeling I’m not in a box, I have a feeling I’m in the stands. As far as I know I’m in the stands with everybody else because it is a pricy Super Bowl," she continued.
Ahead of the #SuperBowl, football’s favorite mom Donna Kelce speaks exclusively on TODAY about what conversations she has with her sons on game day, her Facebook photo with Taylor Swift, her partnership with Ziploc, and more! pic.twitter.com/wR9v7F8vTp
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Donna’s comments come after she told PEOPLE last week she was “not quite sure” what the suite accommodation in Vegas was like or if Travis had a suite set up for her yet.
“I know I'm going to be there,” she said. “And I know I'm going to probably be in the stands, so we'll see what happens.”
Donna also opened up to TODAY on Wednesday about changing her Facebook cover photo to a group shot that featured Swift after the Chiefs beat the Baltimore Ravens, 17-10, during the AFC Championship game on Jan. 28.
“Really, that was a picture where all of us were so excited that we were in the suite. And we were so excited that they made it to the Super Bowl that we just took a shot of everybody that was there,” Donna explained. “So it wasn’t anything calculating or anything like that.”
She added, “It just was everybody who was supporting my son and I was so happy to put that picture on Facebook.”
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Meanwhile, the proud mother revealed that during her sons’ game days she tries “not to bother them.”
“They’re a little busy and I don’t think I’m going to get through,” Donna said. “ But usually I try — like, the night before I will text my sons and will give them a little encouragement, send them a little funny picture when they were younger, depending on what team they were playing with.”
“So I go back and… a little nostalgia,” she added.
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