Why Kylie and Jason Kelce's Kids Aren't Attending the Super Bowl to Watch Uncle Trav (Exclusive)

Jason Kelce poses for a photo with Kylie Kelce during the 'Kelce' documentary premiere at Suzanne Roberts Theater on Sept. 8, 2023, in Philadelphia, Penn.

On Sunday, Feb. 11, Jason Kelce and Kylie Kelce will attend Super Bowl LVIII to support Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce. They will not, however, bring their three kids to the big game in Las Vegas, Nev.—and Kylie explained why.

In an exclusive interview with Parade—during which Kylie promoted her partnership with Lindt and shared her love for Lindor Truffles—she confirmed her game-day plans. Kylie and Jason will cheer on Travis at Allegiant Stadium while their daughters, Wyatt, 4, Elliotte, almost 3, and Bennett, almost 1, watch from home.

"It's a far trip from Philadelphia. And also, like in a stadium with that much chaos with that much noise, it can be really overwhelming," Kylie told Parade. "And I think that it might be like a little bit selfish to drag them there just for the purpose of being like, ‘You were there.’”

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She continued: "They get a better view of Uncle Trav from the TV anyway... They really do love looking for him on game day when we get to watch him play."

Although fans won't catch a glimpse of the Kelce girls on Sunday, perhaps Jason will have another shirtless moment if celebration of Travis scores another touchdown. Hopefully, Kylie and Jason will soon share more photos/videos of their daughters via social media—or on their dad's podcast with Uncle Trav, New Heights.

The 2024 Super Bowl kicks off at 6:30 p.m. ET, with pregame musical numbers starting at 6 p.m.

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