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Friday April 19, 2024

Travis Kelce wears Taylor Swift’s friendship bracelet at Jason Kelce's retirement conference

Travis Kelce's gesture of wearing friendship bracelet once again rules hearts of Taylor Swift's fans

By Web Desk
March 05, 2024
Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce spotted together. — Patrick Smith/File
Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce spotted together. — Patrick Smith/File

Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift are capturing global attention even when they are apart from each other as this time, during Jason Kelce's Monday retirement press conference, Swifties weren't slow to call attention to Travis's choice of bracelet.

In an effort to keep Taylor close to his heart, Travis Kelce donned a bracelet inspired by the global music sensation, according to Marca.

Travis was observed wearing a particular bracelet with tiny brown, black, and gold beads that said "T(Heart)T" while hiding his tears behind completely black sunglasses.

As Jason noted in his remarks, it was the end of an era for the Eagles and the NFL as they would both represent the best family values in the game, therefore the ceremony left both brothers in tears.

Jason mentioned how the relationship with his brother fueled their dreams of becoming NFL Stars "It was really my brother and I our whole lives," Jason said. "We did almost everything together - competed, fought, laughed, cried, and learned from each other."

"We invented games, imagine ourselves as star players of that time. We envisioned making winning plays day after day. We won countless Super Bowls in our minds before ever leaving the house. And when we weren't playing, we were at the other one's games." Jason elaborated.

After giving a long statement, 13-year NFL veteran Jason Kelce emerged from the platform sobbing profusely because this was his final season with the Eagles.

Travis was waiting for Jason to come off stage so he could give him a huge brotherly embrace.

In terms of wristwear, Jason also donned a sentimental item: the $50,000 golden Rolex GMT-Master II, which was discontinued, which he received after the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the New England Patriots in the 2018 Super Bowl.