The mother and wife of Jason Kelce share their perspectives on being in the spotlight amid Travis Kelce’s relationship with Taylor Swift

Donna Kelce and Kylie Kelce Talk About Their Family's Sudden Fame


Donna Kelce and her daughter-in-law, Kylie Kelce, are adapting to the ever-increasing spotlight on their family.


In PEOPLE’s exclusive clip from a Good Morning America and Impact x Nightline interview set to debut Thursday on Hulu, the mother and wife of Philadelphia Eagles star Jason Kelce share their perspectives on fame — and how their lives have changed over the last few months.

“I think it’s just one of those things in life that just somehow things happen, and then exponentially they just grow,” Donna says in the clip about her growing notoriety, as her other son, Travis Kelce, continues his relationship with music superstar Taylor Swift.

Donna adds, “And this year it’s just been one week after another after another, and it just seems like it’s just never going to stop.”

Kylie, meanwhile, revealed that her role in the Kelce family has similarly evolved since she married Jason in 2018.

“I was on the outside at the beginning because I married in,” Kylie says. “The most amazing part is that I was welcomed in with open arms. They’re a pretty small family so there is a little bit of an adjustment.”

Kylie, 31, adds, “But It feels so warm and inviting, like I think a big family feels, that it was sort of second nature to hop in there and it is as fun as you think it is.”

Yet, the mom of three — she shares daughters Bennett, 10 months, Elliotte, 2, and Wyatt, 4, with Jason, 36 — is okay with not being the first option in terms of any type of fame or attention.
“It’s not particularly my cup of tea to be in the spotlight or in front of a camera,” she told Kansas City outlet Spectrum Sports KC earlier this month after leading a kids field hockey clinic before her husband and brother–in-law’s NFL matchup on Nov. 20.

A communications major in college, Kylie told the outlet that she prefers being on the other side of the camera.

“I love to be behind it, that’s my bread and butter,” she said, before adding that fame can be helpful in some cases, because it “creates opportunities,” such as bringing attention to the girls field hockey clinic she ran while in Kansas City.


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