Brittany Matthews, daughter support Patrick Mahomes in Chiefs red at Super Bowl 2023
Patrick Mahomes has at least two diehard fans in the stands.
Wife Brittany Matthews dressed in all red to support the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback as he plays against the Philadelphia Eagles at the 2023 Super Bowl on Sunday, sporting a two-piece silk set while cheering on her husband.
The personal trainer, 27, showed off her on-theme outfit on her Instagram Stories and revealed that she’ll be slipping into a pair of Adidas sneakers for the big game.
Matthews paired her head-to-toe red look with a diamond necklace featuring the names of her children — daughter Sterling, 2, and 2-month-old son Patrick “Bronze” — and a clear purse.
Meanwhile, Matthews also showed off Sterling’s outfit, which included a darling pair of jeans with her dad’s jersey number (15) sewn onto one of the back pockets. She topped it off with a custom leather jacket featuring Mahomes’ last name and number on the back as well.
Sterling’s blond curls were adorably held up with yellow ribbons and she also accessorized with sneakers — although the toddler sported tiny Dior High-Tops ($560) instead of her mom’s more accessible Adidas.
Matthews and Mahomes have been dating since their high school days in Texas and even went to prom together in 2013. They wed in 2022 in a lavish ceremony in Hawaii, and the co-owner of the Kansas City Current soccer team is known for her boisterous cheering in the stands and on social media.
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The couple also share two dogs — named Steel and Silver — who proudly showed off their own red-and-yellow bandanas that read, “My dad is playing in the Super Bowl.”
It remains to be seen if the family will be going home with the Lombardi trophy on Sunday.
The Bad Gal’s back — and has a baby on the way.
Rihanna made her triumphant return to the stage to headline Sunday’s Super Bowl 2023 halftime show, performing a medley of her greatest hits including “Bitch Better Have My Money,” “Diamonds” and “Work” as the Philadelphia Eagles played the Kansas City Chiefs at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz.
The 34-year-old superstar kicked off her performance with a Beyoncé-style belly rub (and a pronounced bump), revealing she’s pregnant with her second child with partner A$AP Rocky.
A representative for Rihanna confirmed her pregnancy to the Hollywood Reporter.
For her major moment, the 34-year-old superstar rocked a head-to-toe red layered look comprised of a zippered Loewe jumpsuit, skintight catsuit and glossy bustier accessorized with Messika jewelry, a diamond-studded Jacob & Co. watch ($72,000) and MM6 Maison Margiela x Salomon Cross Low Sneakers ($360).
The “We Found Love” songstress also showed off two custom Alaïa coats, starting the show with a red leather puffer scarf and ending it in a floor-sweeping red leather puffer coat; both included integrated gloves for added drama.
She paired her scarlet stage look with a matching red lip — courtesy of Fenty Beauty Fenty Icon Velvet Liquid Lipstick ($29) in The MVP — and a sleek ponytail with face-framing tendrils, even applying her brand’s Invisimatte Instant Setting + Blotting Powder ($34) mid-performance to touch up her glam.
Rihanna’s makeup artist, Priscilla Ono, teased her “iconic” big-game beauty look in an interview with Page Six Style ahead of the Super Bowl, telling us, “I want a makeup look that you can look back at, at any point in time, and be like, ‘That look? I want that on me now.’”
The pop phenom has pivoted away from music in recent years to focus on her billion-dollar fashion and beauty businesses, which include her Fenty Beauty and Fenty Skin lines along with her Savage X Fenty lingerie label; all released Game Day-themed collections pegged to her performance.
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Rihanna also welcomed her first child with Rocky, a baby boy, in May 2022. While pregnant, she made countless headlines in a series of daring styles that ranged from a sheer Dior lingerie look to a bump-baring Coperni set.
While the “Diamonds” singer hasn’t released an album or toured since 2016 and famously turned down the Super Bowl halftime show in 2019 in solidarity with Colin Kaepernick and the Black Lives Matter movement, it’s safe to say this performance was worth the wait.