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Travis Kelce’s Girlfriend Keeps NFL Fans Guessing With Hints at Marriage

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Along with being one of the best players in the National Football League, Travis Kelce is also one of its most eligible bachelors. The tight end’s days of being a bachelor, however, could be coming to an end in the near future.

The Kansas City Chief’s tight end is gearing up to appear in his second straight Super Bowl after defeating the Buffalo Bills. The Chiefs, lead by Travis Kelce and Patrick Mahomes, beat the Bills 38-24 over the weekend to advance to the big game. Kelce had a huge game against the Bills, reeling in 13 catches for 118 yards and two touchdowns. Mahomes was his typical self with more than 300 yards passing to go along with three touchdowns and no interceptions.

The Chiefs will now face the Tampa Bay Bucs in the Super Bowl with a chance for another championship ring. While a Super Bowl ring is exquisite, Kelce’s girlfriend Kayla Nicole may have another type of ring on her mind. She took to social media on Tuesday for a game of “True or False” with her large Instagram following.

Responding to a question from a fan asking if she is ready for motherhood, Nicole says she is not but then seemingly drops a hint. The social media personality says that while she isn’t ready for motherhood, she is ready to be a wife.

“False,” she says in answer to the fan’s motherhood question. “I am ready to be a wife though.”

While it is unknown if the couple has immediate plans to tie the knot, it very well seems like wedding bells could be in their future. The couple has been together for several years and actually split up over the summer. It now appears they are back together and doing better than ever.

After the Chiefs big win on Sunday, Nicole reportedly shotgun a beer in celebration of going to the Super Bowl. She also took to social media to congratulate Travis Kelce and tell him that she is proud of him.

Kelce, now 31-years-old, is a big reason for the Chiefs 2020 success and Super Bowl run. During the regular season, he caught 105 passes 1,416 yards and 11 touchdowns.

H/T: New York Post