But honestly baby who's counting... 1... 2... 3... 4... 5...
The star was wearing a vibrant red, Stella McCartney belted teddy coat that draped past her knees, a Cartier diamond-and-gold necklace with a sleek black turtleneck, black miniskirt, black tights and black thigh-high leather boots. The temperature at the game was a 30 degrees Fahrenheit with light snow.
Swift was spotted in a suite sitting next to quarterback Patrick Mahomes wife, Brittany Mahomes.
Swift has been called the Chiefs' good luck charm, with the Chiefs winning the four games in which she was in attendance. But the Swift streak ended Sunday, with Green Bay winning 27-19.
Fans in the stadium held "Go Taylor's Boyfriend #87" signs. The 12-time Grammy award winner has visited most of the NFL stadiums for the American leg of her widely successful Eras Tour.
Swift started visiting them again to support the All-Pro tight end. Sports analysts and reporters such as USA TODAY's Jordan Mendoza have reported there is nothing but good news when she is in the crowd. Before Sunday, the team was 4-0 with Swift in attendance and Kelce has had 34 catches, run 432 yards and completed two touchdowns.
Swift made her first NFL appearance to support Kelce at Arrowhead Stadium on Sept. 24. Seen next to Kelce's mom, she cheered as Kelce and the team dominated the Chicago Bears 41-10.
On Oct. 1, she attended the Chiefs New York Jets game at MetLife Stadium, bringing her full entourage of friends Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds, Hugh Jackman, Sophie Turner and "Deadpool 3" director Shawn Levy.
Swift also attended week six against the Denver Broncos and week seven against the Los Angeles Chargers.
This article originally appeared on Nashville Tennessean: Taylor Swift in Green Bay to watch Travis Kelce and Chiefs