On a trip to Gillette Stadium four days after her 34th birthday, Taylor Swift received a sentimental gift from New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and his family.
Swift was in the stadium to support her boyfriend Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs as they surged past the Patriots, 27-17, on December 17.
When WCVB Boston asked if the Patriots got Swift a birthday present during her visit, they sent a picture of a framed ticket from her first NFL stadium show in Foxborough.
The concert took place on June 5, 2010, as part of Swift’s ‘Fearless’ tour.
Gillette Stadium holds a special place in the songstress’s heart with it being the first NFL stadium she headlined.
The 12-time Grammy award winner was also the first female headliner to perform at the home of the Patriots.
But he Kraft family aren’t the only NFL owners to present Swift with a gift in recent weeks.
Chiefs heiresses Ava and Gracie Hunt went viral when they shared photos of themselves giving Taylor an expensive-looking present in Kelce’s suite during the team’s game against the Bills.
Social media had been awash with rumors of what the gift could have been and Tavia Hunt, wife of owner Clark, finally revealed the mystery present.
In a post, one fan asked Tavia: ‘PLEASE — the world is dying to know what in the world you buy as a gift for Taylor Swift!?!!?!?’
And, playing to the pop superstar’s occupation, it has now been announced the Hunt family gave Swift a Judith Leiber Minaudieres Swarovski microphone purse, worth an eyewatering $4,995.
The Sunday showdown between the Chiefs and Patriots was Swift’s seventh NFL games since dating Kansas City’s star tight end in September. Despite not having the best shift, receiving five targets for 28 yards, Kelce and the Chiefs were happy to break a two-game skid with the win over New England.