Travis Kelce is not expected to propose to girlfriend Taylor Swift anytime soon, according to reports.
There have been suggestions that the couple – whose romance has become a major talking point during the NFL season – could be engaged just months after going public with their relationship.
But TMZ reports that no proposal is forthcoming ‘in the near future’. That is despite claims that Travis could get down on bended knee this summer.
TMZ also claimed there are, in fact, doubts among some people ‘on the inside’ about whether the relationship will go all the way.
It’s said certain people close to the couple insist it remains too early to tell whether they will ever move beyond this ‘honeymoon’ dating phase.
Travis Kelce is not expected to propose to girlfriend Taylor Swift any time soon, reports claim
The pop sensation was again in the stands for the Chiefs’ game against the Dolphins
With Swift’s international tour resuming in February, the pop sensation is set to be travelling abroad for several months.
She was in the stands once more on Saturday night to see Kelce and the Chiefs beat the Dolphins in the Wild Card round.
It comes after the couple reportedly had their first lovers’ tiff after the Chiefs’ loss to the Las Vegas Raiders on Christmas Day.
According to Life & Style, Kelce ‘snapped’ at Swift on Christmas Day as the pair clashed.
Swift wore a specially-designed jacket carrying Kelce’s name and number for the game
A miserable Kelce was seen leaving the Chiefs’ hotel on Saturday amid reports of a bust-up
Swift was again the focus of plenty of footage during the Dolphins game and, according to Tony Dungy, the singer’s viral appearances are ‘disenchanting’ fans of the NFL because they take away from what happens on the field.
The legendary former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Indianapolis Colts head coach believes the ‘entertainment value’ that comes with modern-day sports is driving people away from games.
When asked by Fox News for his thoughts on the Swift frenzy in football right now, the 68-year-old said: ‘That’s the thing that’s disenchanting people with sports now, there’s so much on the outside coming in – entertainment value and different things.
‘It’s taking away from what really happens on the field.’