In a stunning 31-17 victory over the Los Angeles Chargers, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was not the only family member in the spotlight. Joining him were his wife Brittany, teammate Travis Kelce, and pop sensation Taylor Swift.
However, the post-game buzz has shifted its focus to Mahomes' lesser-known half-sister, Zoe Mahomes, who, like her superstar brother, is carving out her own athletic path in soccer. Zoe, born to Patrick's father, Patrick Mahomes Sr., and a different partner in 2015, was spotted at the game, snapping a photo with Taylor Swift and fellow soccer player Jenna Kate Aunan.
The image, circulating on Instagram, has since caught the attention of fans eager to learn more about the Mahomes family.
Meet Patrick Mahomes' Half-Sisters
While Jackson Mahomes, Patrick's younger brother, has been a controversial figure on social media, especially after recent incidents involving inappropriate behavior, fewer fans are aware of Patrick's two half-sisters.
In addition to Zoe, there's also Mia Randall, the daughter of Patrick's mother Randi Martin and her current partner. A multi-sport athlete, Mia excels in soccer, basketball, and tennis. Taylor Swift also posed with Mia during her Arrowhead Stadium suite visit, further solidifying the family's celebrity connections.
The Mahomes siblings share a unique bond: their mixed-race heritage. Born to one white and one black parent, they've been open about their pride in their ethnic background. Addressing criticisms about not being "fully black," Patrick Mahomes spoke candidly in a 2020 GQ interview.
"I've always just had the confidence and believed in who I am. I've known that I'm Black, and I'm proud to be Black. And I'm proud to have a white mom too," he said. The remarks came on the heels of Mahomes securing the largest NFL contract in history—a 10-year deal worth up to $500 million with incentives.
As Patrick Mahomes continues to dazzle on the football field, it's evident that his family, too, is finding their own paths to stardom, each leaving a distinct mark on the world of sports and entertainment.