Following the conclusion of her 2023 Eras Tour leg, Taylor Swift is reportedly planning an extended stay in Kansas City with her new partner, Travis Kelce, as they seek privacy in his recently acquired $6 million mansion.
Swift’s journey from Brazil directly to Kansas City on Monday suggests that the couple is gearing up to spend an extended period together, according to a report by the Daily Mail.
An insider revealed, “Taylor’s still smitten with Travis, but she realizes that the hard work in their relationship is about to start as they will be spending weeks at a time together.”
Up until now, the couple has faced challenges finding time together due to their hectic schedules.
Swift, 33, and Kelce, 34, managed to squeeze in a few date nights amid football games, a “Saturday Night Live” appearance, and Swift’s worldwide concert tour.
With a break in Swift’s tour until February, the couple now has the “time and opportunity” to enjoy some “real quality time together,” as the source disclosed.
The insider clarified that while their activities might not resemble those of a typical new couple, Taylor and Travis are looking forward to embracing as much normalcy as their lives allow.
Representatives for Kelce and Swift have not yet responded to Page Six’s request for comment.
This development comes after Swift chose to spend time in the Midwest instead of her luxurious $50 million New York City compound following a challenging South American leg of her Eras Tour, which included rescheduled shows and the unfortunate passing of a fan.
Swift mourned the loss of Ana Clara Benevides, who passed away after experiencing cardiac arrest twice due to the extreme temperatures inside the stadium during Swift’s performance.
Postponing her second Brazil show, a devastated Swift later invited Benevides’ family to attend her final show in São Paulo, even posing backstage with them.
Now back in the States, Swift’s presence may allow her to attend Kelce’s upcoming football games before resuming her tour in February.
Kelce has at least six more games on the roster, with the question of whether the Kansas City Chiefs will make it to the playoffs and the Super Bowl on Feb. 11 looming.