Kansas City chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is in the midst of another title run, and his wife Brittany Mahomes is putting in serious work of her own.
Over the past few years Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen were the biggest power couple in all of football.
Now that their marriage has dissolved, that honor currently belongs to Patrick and Brittany.
Brittany is just a few months removed from having her second child, but that isn’t stopping her from hitting the gym hard with her good friend, Kayla Nicole.
Kayla, who has been frequently linked to Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, is quite the star in her own right. That is what made their recent workout photos go viral on social media:
Kayla most recently set the internet ablaze for rumors that Kelce and rapper Wiz Khalifa were fighting over her. Then she became connected to a different NFL player altogether, though the extent of their relationship remains unclear.
As for Brittany – she never fails to generate headlines. Between her wild Halloween costume causing a stir, the odd quirk folks noticed in her recent family photos and now this, she is an absolute mainstay in the news cycle.
Many have tried to argue that Brittany has had an adverse impact on Patrick’s mental health. One particular video is always cited as the evidence for this.
But it really doesn’t seem like that is the case at all.
Patrick very clearly loves his wife, and if anything they seem stronger together rather than weaker.
On the same week as the Damar Hamlin situation. Tragic. https://t.co/eD2l2yLQ0s
— Game 7 (@game7__) January 7, 2023
Maybe people would be less judgmental of their relationship if they had similarly intense love in their lives.
In any case – the Chiefs appear ready to embark on yet another Super Bowl run.
If Patrick can bring another title back in Kansas City, he and Brittany will officially reclaim their place on the throne as the King and Queen of the NFL.
A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.