Donna Kelce Shares the Unexpected Pressure That Comes With Sitting in a Suite for Football Games (Exclusive)

Donna Kelce holds up photos of her sons, Jason Kelce #62 of the Philadelphia Eagles and Travis Kelce #87 of the Kansas City Chiefs

Donna Kelce sightings have become a shared staple of Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles games, but it may be a little harder to track her down at this year's Super Bowl as she cheers on Travis Kelce.

While often spotted in a private suite at stadiums across the country—accompanied lately by son Jason Kelce, who's enjoyed letting loose after the end of the Eagles' season, and any number of Taylor Swift's close friends, who've tagged along to several games this season—Donna expects to blend in with the rest of the fans on Feb. 11.

“You can understand that the boxes in Vegas are multimillion dollars, so I have a feeling I’m not in a box," the NFL matriarch explained to Today in a recent interview. "I have a feeling I’m in the stands.”

But, it turns out Mama Kelce isn't too upset by the damper the exorbitant costs of a Super Bowl suite may put on her seating arrangements.

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While chatting about her new partnership with Ziploc, which aims to reduce the astonishing 18 million pounds of leftovers that were thrown out after watch parties last Super Bowl weekend, Donna told Parade that the stands have their merits. In fact, she even "enjoys" sitting in the stands, much like her daughter-in-law, Kylie, who sat in the stands when her husband took on his brother in the Chiefs-Eagles game, rather than viewing the game from the family suite.

In a suite, she says, "...sometimes it's hard to really enjoy the game because you feel like you're hosting people there." We can imagine the pressure that comes with feeling like you're responsible for ensuring that everyone is taken care of, from being well-fed to being entertained.

Because "you're talking a lot... there's so much that you miss." Once she's safely back home, she has to "watch the game over again" to really take it all in.

It's not often you miss one of the "big plays" thanks to the "roar in the stadium," but Donna finds it much easier to focus from the stands.

And for anyone keeping a lookout, she'll, of course, be all decked out in "all Chiefs." She doesn't have "anything too special" planned—like last year's custom jacket split between the Chiefs and the Eagles—but is on the lookout for a Super Bowl emblem to add to the 'fit, so keep your eyes peeled.

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