Jason Kelce and his family spent some time at the Happiest Place on Earth on Friday.
The Philadelphia Eagles center, 36, traveled to Orlando, Florida, for the NFL Pro Bowl and while there, he set some time aside for his family so wife Kylie Kelce and their three daughters could mingle with Mickey and Minnie Mouse at Walt Disney World Resort.
The family of five was photographed at the amusement park and they dressed to impress.
In the image, Jason wore a Mickey shirt, while Elliotte, 2, and Wyatt, 4, wore the park’s signature mouse ears.
The girls also snacked on a hot pretzel and churro as mom Kylie, 31, held Bennett, 11 months, in her arms.
Jason and Kylie traveled to the Sunshine State for his seventh NFL Pro Bowl, where they made sure to meet “Frozen” characters Elsa and Anna at EPCOT.
“I don’t even know what you do in the Pro Bowl anymore. But it’s down in Orlando so I get to take my kids to Walt Disney World,” Jason joked while talking to sports reporter Zach Berman on Wednesday. “[It’s] not off-the-Super Bowl Walt Disney World, but as long as Wyatt gets to see Elsa, I don’t think it really matters.”
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Super Bowl champs often say that the amusement park is the first place they’ll visit after the big game, but Jason won’t have that opportunity this year so that might be why they went ahead of this year’s event.
The NFL player, who won the 2017 Super Bowl with the Eagles, won’t be playing in Super Bowl LVIII.
His brother, Travis Kelce, however, will be competing when the Kansas City Chiefs face off against the San Fransisco 49ers on Feb. 11, at Las Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium.
They were seen sitting in private suites with the brothers’ parents, Ed and Donna Kelce, and Travis’ girlfriend, Taylor Swift.
After the Chiefs won the AFC Championship on Jan. 28, Jason was spotted on the field with his parents and Swift celebrating Travis.
“I know it wasn’t easy. I know it was a hard year,” Jason said as he embraced his brother.
“You guys f–king stayed true. Finish it for me. Finish this motherf–ker.”