Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce ‘WILL spend the holidays together’ with the pop star ‘set to attend the Chiefs’ games on Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve’

Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce are taking their relationship to the next level as the couple reportedly plan to spend the holidays together.

The pop star, 34, who has already attended several of the Kansas City Chiefs star’s games, appears set to cheer him on across the festive period with Kelce, also 34, scheduled to play on both Christmas Day and New Years Eve

With her NFL beau set to work both holidays, a source told Page Six that Swift will ‘for sure be at the games.’

Kelce and the Chiefs are set to host the Las Vegas Raiders on December 25 at 1pm ET, before taking on the Cincinnati Bengals a week later on December 31 at 4.25pm ET at Arrowhead Stadium again.

While Swift will reportedly be in Kansas City to support the tight end in the run up to the playoffs, it is unclear if the 12-time Grammy Award winner will jet back to Tennessee to spend time with her parents, Scott and Andrea Swift, in between games.

The pop star’s parents could even join their famous daughter at Arrowhead after Scott joined Swift and her friends Alana Haim and Brittany Mahomes at Gillette Stadium to watch the Chiefs beat the New England Patriots 27-17 on Sunday.

Despite being a Philadelphia Eagles fan, he even donned a red Chiefs jersey to support his daughter’s boyfriend and handed out birthday cake in honor of the Anti-Her hitmaker’s celebrations last week.

Kelce revealed his family’s plans for the holidays on Monday with both he and Eagles star brother Jason scheduled to suit up on Christmas Day.

Jason and the Eagles will take on the New York Giants just hours after the Chiefs kick off.

With both Kelce brothers scheduled to take the field in their divisional matchups, Travis revealed that their Christmas plans will be postponed to a later date.

‘My brother sent me a text and said he’s going to be celebrating afterwards,’ Travis told People as he also confirmed his own plans to celebrate after or the next day as well.