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Breaking News:Travis Kelce reportedly plans to fly ‘back and forth’ to Europe to attend more Taylor Swift concerts: “I want to be an important part of her life, no matter where she goes, I will always be by her side and support her.”



Travis Kelce has a lot of long flights to look forward to…

According to Us Weekly, the Kansas City Chiefs player plans to attend as many of Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour performances “while he has the time.” With the NFL preseason kicking off in August, the tight end apparently has a few more months of flexibility in his schedule.

“He wants to support her as much as he can while he can, so he’s going to [go] back and forth from the U.S. to Europe while he has the time,” a source told the publication, also sharing that the pair have been “wonderful time in Europe so far.”

Not long after attending his fifth Eras Tour performance earlier this month, Kelce and Swift were photographed enjoying a romantic boat ride in Lake Como, Italy. In the future, the source says, the couple plans to do a bit more “home and décor shopping.” The source added, “They love going antique shopping and she’s been helping him pick out some things for his new house in Kansas.”

The football star gushed about his most recent Eras Tour experience on his New Heights podcast. “I don’t know if they’re just getting better or if I just keep forgetting how they are,” he said of the Paris show he attended with Gigi Hadid and Bradley Cooper (a.k.a. “Big Coop”) on May 12. “It was electric in there.”
He continued, “I’m just happy for everybody that’s in the Eras Tour that’s performing. From the dancers to the band, and obviously Taylor, it just looks like they’re having so much fun up there and they’re absolutely killing it, and they’re putting on a show that you won’t get anywhere else.”

Clearly, Travis Kelce is happier than ever to sit through Taylor Swift’s three-hour and 15-minute concerts. As he should be.

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