Patrick Mahomes and his partner Brittany Matthews got married this past week.
It was a massive occasion in the NFL community, with multiple players and coaches making it a point to attend. Even Mahomes’ rivals, like Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury and his girlfriend, showed up.
In the aftermath, Mahomes and Matthews went off on their honeymoon.
On Wednesday, photos from their joyous celebration finally emerged online:
While these don’t quite rise to the level of Matthews’ wild bachelorette party photos – it still seems like she and her beau are having a lot of fun together on their honeymoon.
Big picture, Mahomes and Matthews have been through a lot together. Whether they’re getting freaky on trips or battling through a racial tweets controversy, their bond remains strong and they maintain a united front.
While there have been numerous instances of Mahomes and his younger brother appearing to have an at-times icy relationship, the same never applies to Matthews. That union always seems sturdy.
Earlier this year videos emerged that made some question Mahomes’ mental health, but it seems like he is currently in a much better headspace. Matthews no doubt plays a significant role in that.
Back in 2020, Mahomes inked a record-breaking 10-year contract extension with the Chiefs worth $450 million. That established and stabilized his professional career.
Now that’s how you celebrate. https://t.co/zSJsqxgiGT
— Game 7 (@game7__) March 16, 2022
Now with his wedding to Matthews behind him, hopefully he has some of that same stability in his personal life as well.
Despite getting pretty far in the playoffs in 2022, this felt like a lost year for Kansas City. Any time the team fails to reach the Super Bowl with Mahomes, that just seems to be the general vibe.
Will Mahomes and Co be able to right this season’s wrong next year?
Time will tell.
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.