Taylor Swift gets seal of approval from Chiefs heiress set to inherit £15.5 billion

Gracie Hunt, daughter of Kansas City Chiefs co-owner and CEO Clark Hunt, is delighted about Taylor Swift’s new relationship and loves having her present at games.

Gracie Hunt, heiress to the Kansas City Chiefs ‘ fortune, is over the moon about Taylor Swift dating NFL star Travis Kelce.

She’s thrilled to have the pop icon cheering from their VIP box at games. The 24-year-old has become pals with Swift, who’s been -supporting her boyfriend and the team from their posh seats. Gracie even treated Swift to a fancy Judith Leiber microphone-shaped handbag covered in sparkles that cost over £4,500.

Some folks reckon Swift’s presence might be jinxing the Chiefs as they’re not on top form lately. But Gracie’s all for Swift and Kelce’s romance, gushing about it on “OutKick the Morning”.

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“First of all, I think we’re all so excited to see two such phenomenal people happy,” Gracie shared. “I mean, it’s so easy for us to cheer for and for the entire world to cheer for because they’re wonderful for each other, and it’s just been so fun to watch this love story unfold.”

“She is wonderful, beautiful, brilliant, all of the things. It’s been so much fun to get to have her coming to Chiefs games.” Gracie also mentioned how Swift’s fame is drawing new fans to football, with the latest game on Christmas Day against the Las Vegas Raiders setting a viewership record.

CBS revealed that their Christmas Day broadcast of Chiefs vs Raiders reached a peak of 37 million viewers, setting a new record for the network. Gracie Hunt, daughter of Chiefs co-owner and CEO Clark Hunt, expressed her joy at seeing so many young fans, particularly girls, taking an interest in football and supporting the Chiefs.

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Gracie will one day inherit Clark's fortune of £12.2 billion

Gracie will one day inherit Clark’s fortune of £12.2 billion
Gracie, who has a following of 420,000 on Instagram, said: “Whatever reason you’re there for, I’m glad you’re there. And I’m glad you’re getting to experience the game that I fell in love with when I was little.” Her younger sister Ava is also gaining popularity with 30,000 followers at just 16 years old.

The Hunt sisters are set to inherit their father’s whopping £12.2 billion fortune, which includes the Chiefs franchise. Their grandfather, Lamar Hunt, founded the Chiefs after relocating the Dallas Texans to Kansas City. The franchise has always been in the Hunt family’s hands, with Clark taking over in 2005.

Gracie, a self-proclaimed super fan of football and the Chiefs, is expected to one day take over from her father and share the franchise with her younger 16-year-old sister. The Chiefs are at the peak of their powers after 60 years, but have hit an unexpected losing patch towards the end of the 2023 regular season.