Taylor Swift’s Brother Surprises Travis Kelce with Unforgettable Christmas Gift – You Won’t Believe What It Is

Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift with her brother


The entire Swift family — Taylor, Austin and their parents — supported Travis at his Christmas Day game in Kansas City on Monday.


Taylor Swift's brother dressed as Santa

Travis Kelce is revealing more about how Taylor Swift’s family got into the holiday spirit at his Christmas Day game.

On Friday’s bonus episode of New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce, the Chiefs player, 34, shared the thoughtful gift he received from Taylor’s younger brother, Austin Swift, which was gifted to him while Austin was dressed in a Santa suit — the same look he sported at the Kansas City Chiefs game on Monday.

When asked to choose who she’d pick as the person who “took their game to new holiday heights” this week, Kylie Kelce said she was “tempted to pick on” Travis before revealing her choice was none other than Taylor’s brother and his holiday costume.

“That was a full commit, and I respect that,” Kylie, Jason’s wife, said of Austin’s Santa suit.

Travis agreed as he said, “It was a full commit. And he killed it,” before revealing the gift that Austin gave him.

“He actually made me feel like a child because his gift to me was straight out of the bag,” the tight end admitted.

Kylie was awestruck by the story of Travis receiving the gift straight from “the Santa sack,” as her brother-in-law continued, “It was in the Santa sack, whew, [he] whipped it out and handed me a VHS of my favorite football movie of all time.”

Austin, 31, gifted Travis a VHS copy of Little Giants, the 1994 film about two brothers’ rival youth football teams.

“Santa kills it,” Travis said of the gift.

At Monday’s game, Austin and Taylor were joined by their parents, Andrea and Scott Swift, as well as Austin’s girlfriend, Sydney Ness, in Travis’ suite at Arrowhead Stadium. Austin, dressed as Santa Claus, also wore a Chiefs Christmas hat and scarf, while his girlfriend wore a vintage-style Chiefs sweatshirt — which appeared to be one from the pile sent to Taylor by local boutique Westside Storey — along with a Christmas-themed Chiefs hat.

Taylor’s dad, Scott, also wore the sweatshirt at a Chiefs game earlier this month.

Taylor, 34, was looking festive in a Christmas hat with the number “87” fastened on the front — her boyfriend’s number — and a “T” charm earring, which seemed to be another shout-out to the tight end.

Travis’ dad, Ed Kelce, was also in attendance at the game on Christmas Day, and cheered his son on from the same suite as the Swift family.

In a shot captured by a fellow Chiefs fan, the “Anti-Hero” singer, her parents and Ed were all pictured chatting before the game started, with Ed sporting a Kelce jersey and Taylor’s mom, Andrea, wearing a Chiefs Christmas hat.

Travis’ mom, Donna Kelce, meanwhile, previously told PEOPLE that she’d be in Philadelphia “spending time with my grandkids as we cheer on their dad,” her older son Jason, who plays for the Philadelphia Eagles.
Jason and the Eagles secured a win over the New York Giants on Monday, and Donna, 71, was joined by Kylie, who had previously shared with PEOPLE that she and Jason planned to celebrate Christmas with their three daughters on the 26th instead.

“Lucky for us, our girls cannot read a calendar yet, so we are going to take full advantage of that and pretend that Christmas is the 26th,” she said of daughters Wyatt, 3, Elliotte, 2, and Bennett, 10 months. “And I mean top-to-bottom, presents and all, 26th of December.”