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Everyone knows the best place to go for Taylor Swift photos is Keleigh Teller's Instagram—and the pop star's bestie did not disappoint following the Chiefs vs. Ravens game on January 28.
Following the Chiefs' victory that secured Travis Kelce's spot in this year's Super Bowl, Teller posted a series of photos from inside the postgame celebration—and I just have to say that Swift is starting to look like a full-on member of the Kelce family. We already saw Swift hit the field with Donna Kelce to congratulate her boyfriend, but you need to see this snapshot with (nearly) the entire Kelce gang, including Donna, Ed, and Travis's brother, Jason Kelce.
If you're looking for Jason's wife, Kylie Kelce—she's tagged in Teller's photo but isn't quite visible–don't worry, we also got this super-sweet shot of everyone's favorite New Heights podcast guest star posing with Swift, Teller, and Cara Delevingne. Considering Taylor and Kylie just met for the first time at the previous Chiefs game, she seems to be settling in quite nicely with Swift's inner circle.
Teller also posted a photo of herself and Kylie, captioned “my girl,” which Kylie reposted to her own story with a blushing-heart emoji.
Clearly, Kylie Kelce had no need to worry about making a good first impression on her brother-in-law's girlfriend. During last week's episode of the New Heights podcast, Jason revealed that Kylie warned him to be on his “best behavior,” but that didn't stop him from ripping his shirt off and jumping into the crowd multiple times. “I was like, ‘Kylie, when I met you, the first day I met you I was black-out drunk and fell asleep at the bar,’” Jason told Travis. “This is part of the charm. This is part of the Jason Kelce charm.’”
“Tay said she absolutely loved you,” Travis told his brother.
Of course, Donna knew her son wouldn't hold back in front of Swift. In an interview with People, Donna Kelce said, “Jason’s his own man, as Travis is, and once they’re determined to do something, there’s no stopping.” Certainly, Taylor Swift can relate.
How is that even possible?
Originally Appeared on Glamour