Travis Kelce spotted departing Argentina after supporting girlfriend Taylor Swift at concert

Kansas City Chiefs tight end had to return on Sunday for practice on Monday as his team is busy with bye week

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Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce boards a private plane out of Argentina after Taylor Swift concert. — Page Six
Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce boards a private plane out of Argentina after Taylor Swift concert. — Page Six

Travis Kelce has already departed Argentina after travelling to South America to cheer for his new girlfriend, Taylor Swift, during the foreign leg of her most recent world tour.

Less than a day after making news for his appearance at her concert during his team's bye week, the 34-year-old tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs was seen boarding a private plane in Buenos Aires on Sunday morning.

The athlete sported a beige sweatsuit and a backwards green baseball cap as he attempted to keep a low profile while boarding the plane back home.

“He has to be back on Sunday for practice on Monday,” Page Six reported citing an insider who revealed last week that Kelce's visit to Argentina would be a short one.

Kelce was spotted accompanying his 33-year-old girlfriend at dinner with her father, Scott Swift. Later, they attended Swift's concert from the VIP tent with Scott, who reportedly showed support by wearing a Kansas City Chiefs lanyard.

During the show, the talk-of-the-town pair was spotted lovingly gazing at each other multiple times, especially when she performed an acoustic version of “End Game,” which features several sports metaphors.

The Grammy winner later broke the internet with a shoutout to Kelce by changing her lyrics during her final song, "Karma," from "Karma is the guy on the screen" to "Karma is the guy on the Chiefs, coming straight home to me".

Kelce was later spotted kissing the singer after her show in a multi-coloured button-down and navy trousers.

Kelce and Swift were first romantically linked in August and made their first appearance together the following month.