Randi Mahomes, mother of Kansas City Chiefs star quarterback Patrick Mahomes, is enjoying the good life.
Being the mother of the National Football League’s highest paid quarterback and player certainly has its perks. Randi often takes to social media to interact with her son’s friends and followers as well as Chiefs fan. Her most recent social media post comes on Tuesday as she and family members are paling around in downtown Kansas City.
“Kc (Kansas City) fun with my fam!” she says in the post’s caption space. The photo show her out and about in Kansas City with a bright pink shirt and white jacket on. She is also mindful of the COVID-19 virus and has her black protective face mask on.
Mahomes has more than 81,000 followers on Instagram and her Tuesday morning post drew more than 3,000 “likes” shortly after going live. The post took in hundreds of comments with many fans wishing her a fun day. The quarterback’s mother frequently uses social media to share positive thoughts and tout her son’s strong faith and mental toughness.
Patrick Mahomes Welcomes Newborn Daughter into the World
Randi became a new grandmother just this past weekend. Patrick Mahomes and his fiancée Brittany Matthews had their first child, a baby girl they have named Sterling Skye Mahomes.
Matthews made the official announcement of Sterling Skye’s arrival shortly after she was born. The newborn baby came into the world weighing 6 lbs., 11 oz. Mama Mahomes took to social media on Sunday to announce the birth of her granddaughter.
“She’s here!” Mahomes wrote on Twitter with a photo of the new born. It is safe to say that Randi Mahomes is extremely proud to be a new grandmother.
When we last saw Patrick Mahomes, he was walking out of Raymond James Stadium, having fallen to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV. After becoming a father for the first time he will have plenty of motivation to come in even better for the 2021 NFL season. Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs wrapped up the 2020 regular season with 14-2 record, advancing all the way to the Super Bowl for the second straight year.