Brittany Mahomes revels in Super Bowl triumph following her debut in Sports Illustrated Swimsuit
Shortly after debuting in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, Brittany Mahomes had additional reasons to celebrate alongside her family: a thrilling 25-22 overtime win in Super Bowl 58, spearheaded by her husband, Patrick Mahomes.
Britanny Mahomes: A team owner, retired women's soccer and girlfriend of Kansas City Chiefs quarterback
Brittany Mahomes has experienced a monumental week, with the announcement of her feature in the SI Swimsuit edition coming just days ahead of the Super Bowl. - I never in my wildest dreams thought this would happen (...) I’m so thankful and honored and so excited to be here with this team - " Mahomes told Sports Illustrated, as reported "People".
Brittany was joined by their children, Sterling Skye and Patrick "Bronze" Lavon Mahomes III, on the field Sunday to celebrate their father being named MVP. Patrick Mahomes completed 34 of 46 passes for 333 yards, scoring two touchdowns and throwing one interception.
Fascinatingly, Brittany Mahomes, once a college and professional soccer athlete, made her appearance at Sunday's game in a Chiefs red corset paired with matching trousers. She accessorized with necklaces that featured Patrick's jersey number, 15, as well as the names of her family members: Bronze, Sterling, and Patrick.
Britanny Mahomes: Be the best version of yourself
The photoshoot featuring Mahomes was conducted on the sandy shores of San Pedro Ambergris Caye in Belize.
- As a girl from Tyler, Texas, who only really knew sports, never in a million years did I think I’d be in (the SI Swimsuit Issue) (...) I’m just so grateful for this opportunity (...) I think I align perfectly with SI Swimsuit’s vision because I am unapologetically always myself in any setting. I want women to feel empowered to always be yourself, love yourself, and feel confident in whatever you do and I think SI Swimsuit does, too - Mahomes told SI Swimsuit's.
Britanny also added to "be confident in who you are and be unapologetically yourself. People are going to love you or hate you, but finding your values and what makes you ‘you’ to be the best version of yourself is what really matters."
Source: People, US Today