REPORT: Travis Kelce & Taylor Swift Have A Giant “Relationship Rule” That Will Be Tested To The Limits This Summer

Taylor Swift poses on the red carpet and Travis Kelce looks on from the field.

Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce (Photos via Getty Images)
Grammy Award-winning singer Taylor Swift and Kansas City Chiefs superstar tight end Travis Kelce reportedly have a crucial “relationship rule” that will see its toughest test yet in the coming weeks.

Last fall, Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift essentially confirmed rumors that they were dating after the latter appeared at the Chiefs’ Week 3 home game against the Chicago Bears at Arrowhead Stadium. Swift attended 13 of the Chiefs’ 2023 games, including every playoff contest and their Super Bowl 58 win over the San Francisco 49ers.

According to a report from The Mirror, Swift and Kelce have a specific relationship rule in which they can only go two weeks maximum without seeing the other.

But Kelce is entering the busy stages of the offseason with Kansas City, and Swift has concert performances in the United Kingdom, Poland and Austria this summer. As such, it’s going to be difficult for them to maintain that two-week rule over the next couple of months:

“The 34-year-old pop icon has reportedly laid down some pretty strict relationship rules for her NFL star boyfriend to follow if he wants to be with her for the long run. Following 34-year-old Travis’ Kansas City Cheifs’ Super Bowl parade earlier this year – which saw him branded a ‘red flag’ by fans – the couple reportedly decided not to ever spend more than two weeks apart.”

Travis Kelce and the Chiefs begin mandatory minicamp on Tuesday. Their first preseason game will take place against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Aug. 10, with showdowns against the Detroit Lions (Aug. 17) and Chicago Bears (Aug. 22) to follow.

Travis Kelce & Chiefs Aim For First-Ever NFL Three-Peat

The Chiefs became the first team to repeat as Super Bowl champions since the 2004 New England Patriots. With the victory over San Francisco, KC also cemented themselves as a dynasty with a third Super Bowl title in just five years.

No team in history has completed the Super Bowl three-peat, though teams like the 1990 San Francisco 49ers and 1994 Dallas Cowboys came relatively close. If there’s one team that can make history, however, it’s the team with Kelce, Patrick Mahomes, Chris Jones and Andy Reid.

Kansas City’s quest to a three-peat will begin on Sept. 5 when they welcome Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens to Arrowhead Stadium.