We all know Taylor Swift had a ball watching boyfriend Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs win the AFC Championship over the weekend, but she also made sure one little girl had the experience of a lifetime, too.
During the Chiefs game against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, Jan. 28, Swift was sitting in a suite right next to a family with young children, and according to mom Amber Marcellino, the pop superstar even asked to hold their little girl.
Marcellino, who documented the experience on TikTok, shared a series of her family's photos from the game, with Swift, 34, and other members from her camp, including Cara Delevingne and Kaleigh Teller, standing just steps away from them.
"When you go to a Ravens game and Taylor Swift is in the suite next to you and asked to hold your baby!!" Marcellino wrote in her caption, before sharing a series of adorable snaps of her daughter being held in Swift's arms.
Even though the toddler may have been dressed up in Ravens gear, she's definitely bound to become a lifelong Swiftie after the precious moment, during which she was smiling from ear to ear.
The "Lavender Haze" songstress also appeared to be sporting a smile in the pics, while chatting with the tot as she held her up on her hip. More of the photos from the post also show another young child in the family joining in to stand in front of Swift for the priceless photos.
taylor swift: certified baby stealer pic.twitter.com/2v2pnBjRCv
— abby⸆⸉ 🍒 (@tkbejeweled) January 29, 2024
"Look at their faces. Pure joy," one user pointed out in the comments, while another person added, "Core memory created!"
Other commenters applauded the 12-time Grammy winner for frequently making her young fans feel special. One wrote, "It's the fact that you know that she absolutely doesn't need to do this but does it every time."
"I adore how she always makes sure to meet the little swiftots," one fan quipped, while another user referred to Swift's young fans by using the phrase, "Taylor Tots."
"Tay is just so loving to her fans, especially the little ones," someone else added.