Brittany Mahomes, wife of Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes, posted new stunning family photos

Brittany Mahomes revealed some beautiful family photos of her husband, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, their daughter, Sterling, and the newest member of the family, Patrick “Bronze” Lavon Mahomes III.

Mahomes posted the photos to her Instagram page, captioning it, “Thanking God everyday for these 3.”

Fresh off his second career Super Bowl victory, as well as being named Super Bowl MVP yet again, Mahomes has been spending some quality family time with his wife and two children.

Just hours after celebrating their 38-35 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LVII in Arizona, the Mahomes family was seen at Disneyland soaking in the magic while Patrick was waving to the crowd on a Chiefs parade float.

Of course, the Super Bowl MVP usually yells, “I’m going to Disney World!” after winning the Vince Lombardi Trophy, but Disneyland in California is much closer to Glendale, Arizona, than Orlando, Florida.

The 27-year-old mother of two hasn’t been surrounded by positivity from everyone, though, as she has been the cause of some controversy over the past two seasons.

Just after the Super Bowl, she demanded an apology from critics and pundits who doubted the Chiefs would win it all again.

“I think a lot of people need to apologize for what they said about this team at the beginning of this season,” Brittany Mahomes wrote on Twitter. To her credit, her husband and tight end Travis Kelce were among those who were also asking for some more respect on the Chiefs’ name.

She’s also never shied away from some trolling on social media, which included telling the Cincinnati Bengals “Cancun on 3” after the Chiefs defeated them at Arrowhead Stadium – which Cincy called “Burrowhead Stadium” in reference to their quarterback Joe Burrow never losing against Kansas City until that game – to advance to the Super Bowl.

There was also a moment last season where Mahomes was seen spraying a bottle of champagne from her suite as the Chiefs defeated the Buffalo Bills to move on in the playoffs, which landed over a crowd of fans in the seats below. People called the celebration “reckless.”

“Hate is a very strong word to just be thrown at someone you don’t even know,” Mahomes wrote on Twitter the following day after many took to social media to rip the incident.

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