Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce are ready to take their relationship to the next level.
The lovebirds – who just spent two nights together in Argentina as the Grammy winner resumed her Eras tour – reportedly met their parents Monday night at the Philadelphia Eagles’ game against the Kansas City Chiefs.
“Taylor and Travis have met each other’s parents, so it makes sense that they want their parents to meet because things between them are getting really serious,” a source told Us Weekly on Wednesday.
“Both Taylor and Travis have a very close bond with their parents and it is also very important that their families blend together harmoniously.”
And although Kelce’s mother, Donna Kelce, said she didn’t believe Swift, 33, would be at the match since she had an Eras tour concert in Brazil the night before, Us Weekly’s source said the opposite.
“She’s trying to manage to get to the game,” they noted. “It’s really important for her to be there when their parents meet.”
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Page Six did not receive an immediate response after contacting representatives for Swift and Travis for comment on the report.
Of course, fans know that the “Cruel Summer” hitmaker is fighting to get what she wants — and realizing the game is entirely possible.
For example, she returned from Buenos Aires Monday evening in her sparkly blue “Midnights”-era costume that she puts on at the end of her shows and still found time to change and have dinner with her friend Gracie Abrams .
Swift and the handsome athlete made their relationship public in September and they haven’t been shy about uniting around their respective families.
It’s well known that Swift bonded with the tight end’s parents during his frequent trips to the VIP box to cheer him on during his NFL games.
Additionally, Travis, 34, opened up about meeting Swift’s father, Scott Swift, over the weekend during the Eras Tour on Wednesday’s episode of “New Heights.”
“[Taylor’s dad is] a big football guy,” he told his brother, Eagles center Jason Kelce. “He played college ball…I think he was a linebacker turned center.”
He also teased his brother that he had turned Scott – a longtime Eagles fan – into a Kansas City fan.
“I put it on the right side, baby,” he teased. “Just one by one, bringing in all the good ones.”
The game is going to be a big one – not only because Travis and Taylor might introduce their parents to each other, but also because it’s the first time Travis and Jason will face each other on the field since Kansas City beat the Eagles in the Super Bowl . LVII this year.