Taylor Swift comforts her dejected boyfriend Travis Kelce as they hold hands while leaving a Kansas City arena on a golf cart after the Chiefs’ controversial loss to the Bills in a dying moments in a thrilling game.

Taylor Swift and a devastated-looking Travis Kelce were seen holding hands as they left Arrowhead together on Sunday night, after the pop star flew halfway across the country to watch him lose a second straight match.

Swift flew from New Jersey to Kansas City on Sunday morning in time to watch the Chiefs’ game against the Bills — her sixth game of the season — but it ended in another defeat for the Super Bowl champions.

For Kelsey, the blow of the loss may be softened a bit by the presence of his star girlfriend, as the pair prepare to spend some time together ahead of Taylor’s 34th birthday on Wednesday.

Shortly after the game ended with a 20-17 win for the Buffalo Bills, Kelce and Swift were seen holding hands as they left the field, before jumping into a golf cart to be whisked away to a waiting car.

In a photo of the loved-up pair, Swift can be seen trying to console a visibly frustrated Kelsey, who showered and got into shape before the game to head home.

Taylor Swift looks lovingly at her boyfriend Travis Kelce as they leave Arrowhead together
Swift then waved to the fans as she and Kelsey were whisked away to a waiting car
Meanwhile, Kelce remained stone-faced and looked straight ahead after the huge defeat

Meanwhile, Swift ditched her red and black sweater for an all-black outfit, perhaps matching her husband’s mood after a hard day.

In a DailyMail.com exclusive video taken seconds later, Swift can be seen waving to fans as the cart whisked them away, while Kelsey remained stone-faced beside her.

The pair will now be able to spend some time together before Swift celebrates her birthday on Wednesday, when she turns 34.

It’s been a big week for the pop star, after she was named TIME’s Person of the Year and opened up about her relationship with Kelsey in an accompanying interview.

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“I don’t know how they know which wing I’m on,” she said of the attention she receives at Chiefs games. “There’s a camera, about a half-mile away, and you don’t know where it is, and you have no idea when the camera puts you on the feed, so I don’t know if it’s me or not.” It has been shown 17 times or once.

Swift looked frustrated during the first half at Arrowhead as Kelce’s team lost to the Bills
At the Travis Suite, Swift took a selfie with a fan before settling down to watch the game
Sunday’s game was the sixth Chiefs game of the season that Swift has attended to watch Kelce in action
Swift shouted out her support for her boyfriend Travis during the match, and felt a range of emotions

“I’m just there to support Travis.” I have no awareness of whether I am being viewed too much and taken advantage of by a few of the parents, Brad, and Chad.

There will be plenty of “Dads, Brads and Chads” supporting the Chiefs, leaving Arrowhead frustrated on Sunday night, after a late offensive offside call by the referee stopped the game-winning play by Kelce.

The star tight end was close to a hero when he produced a moment of magic to help teammate Kadarius Toney score a touchdown, but the play was called back because Toney was inches offside when the ball was snapped.

The decision left quarterback Patrick Mahomes so angry that he threw his helmet to the ground and had to be pulled away from the referee by his teammates, and although Kelce remained calm on the field, he must have been frustrated by the decision as well.

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