‘We think they’ll be much, much happier to see Uncle Trav on the TV because it’ll be easier to see him and they can cheer him on that way.
‘The goal of the day is to just cheer on the Chiefs and make sure that we cheer hard enough that Uncle Trav’ can feel the energy and he can put that right onto the field.’
Kylie is also looking forward to post-Super Bowl times, when her and her family will be celebrating Bennett and Elliotte’s birthdays. Born in March, the matriarch’s big day is just around the corner, too.’There will always be chocolate involved,’ Kylie – a LINDOR fan – said. ‘We have Benny first. And we’ll probably just get her some cake that she can smash into. She hasn’t really gotten the chance to eat sweet treats yet, so it’ll be a funny moment when she finally gets some frosting.
‘Then Ellie has already been talking about what kind of cake she wants and we’re leaning towards a dinosaur cake,’ she shared, adding: ‘It’s not the first dinosaur cake we’ve had in the house, so I think we can do this.’
‘The best thing about LINDOR truffles is that we can have the cake options, but then sprinkle them on the table or put a bowl of them and I can guarantee you people will be hitting them up by the end of the day.’
Hopefully, she can produce record sales during her stay in Las Vegas, this weekend. The Chiefs will face the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday at 6:30 P.M. ET. The game will be broadcasted on CBSThey will be at home,’ Kylie said of her kids, while collaborating with premium chocolatier Lindt as the Swiss brand debuts its first-ever Super Bowl ad, explaining that she prefers to keep them in a safe environment like home, ‘as long as Dad’s not playing.’
‘I think it’s a little bit controversial even during regular season games, I don’t take the girls to every game. They’re still very young,’ Kylie pointed out. ‘A stadium with thousands of people can be overwhelming and there’s three of them. It can get hectic, it’s just a lot.’