Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift’s relationship seems to be going strong nearly two months after the singer made his debut at a football player’s game, and now Travis is opening up about the one thing that stayed on his mind in those early days of dating.
In the months since, Taylor has been spotted at other Chiefs games and was photographed with Travis in October leaving one Saturday Night Live After the party.
While Taylor has not publicly discussed their relationship status yet, Travis has not been shy about talking about Taylor. Just last week, he It was revealed in the podcast He hosts the Philadelphia Eagles with his brother Jason Kelseythat he went to Argentina while Taylor was touring the country earlier this month.
This week, Travis opened up about his early days dating Taylor in a cover story for Wall Street Journal.
Specifically, the post notes that Travis was cautious with the media after Taylor started showing up at his games.
“That was the biggest thing for me: Make sure I don’t say anything that will push Taylor away,” he told the outlet.
Whether Travis still has this concern remains unclear, but what is clear is that he is not afraid to publicly praise Taylor. He told the Wall Street Journal that Taylor was “funny” and “a genius.”
“I’ve never been a man of words. Being around her and seeing how smart Taylor is is amazing. I’m learning every day,” he also said.
Travis specifically praised Taylor for how she handled the intense media attention, noting that he had “never dated anyone who had that kind of aura about them.”
“But at the same time, I’m not running away from any of this…the scrutiny she’s subjected to, the number of magnifying lenses she wears, every day, the paparazzi outside her house, outside every restaurant she goes to, yet on every trip she gets off,” he told the publication. From it, live and enjoy life. “When you act like this, I better not be the one acting weird.”
As for when you can expect to see Travis and Taylor together next, it won’t be Monday night when Travis and the Chiefs take on his brother Jason and the Eagles in Kansas City.
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