Travis Kelce and his victorious Kansas City Chiefs team have boarded their plane and flown out of Las Vegas – but a week of celebrations are only just beginning.
The Super Bowl champions will hold a parade on Wednesday in Kansas City, starting at 11am as they gear up to parade the Vince Lombardi trophy to the Chiefs Kingdom once again.
Kelce and quarterback Patrick Mahomes led the team to their second straight Super Bowl victory in Vegas, emerging victorious with a 25-22 win over San Francisco 49ers in a gripping game.
DailyMail.com obtained photos of Kelce boarding his 1pm charter flight at one end of the airport. About the same time his girlfriend Taylor Swift and her entourage rolled up to her private plane and boarded it, her security obscured any view of Swift with black umbrellas.
The tight end Kelce and his team partied until around 5am in Vegas with Swift after becoming the first team in 20 years to win back-to-back Super Bowls.
Travis Kelce pictured as he flies out of Las Vegas with his Chiefs team on Monday afternoon
Kelce and his team are heading back to Kansas City, with the Chiefs holding a parade this week
Kelce boarded his plane wearing sunglasses and a cap, no doubt feeling the impact of a grueling game and a big night of partying.
His Chiefs team also shared pictures of their Super Bowl winners boarding the plane in high spirits after their sensational triumph over San Francisco.
‘Kansas City, we’re coming home!’ the team wrote on social media moments before they left Nevada.
Swift, meanwhile, is flying back to LA to spend the night and getting ready to take a 16 hour, 8000 mile flight to Melbourne at some point on Tuesday, February 13th.
Even though the NFL football season is officially over, its going to be several days before the lovebirds are able to see each other again.
Kelce and the Chiefs are scheduled to have a victory celebration parade in Kansas City on February 14th, while Swift will be heading out to Melbourne Australia for three sold-out concerts starting on Friday, February 16th.
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