Fitness mogul and long-time love of Patrick Mahomes‘, Brittany Matthews, is showing off new digs celebrating his trusty #15 for the “PLAYOFFSSSS.”
The Chiefs’ quarterback has it made. Patrick Mahomes II, 24, and Brittany Matthews have a rare relationship. The high school sweethearts started dating in the 10th grade, and have been inseparable since.
Now, the former-pro soccer player is showing off her support with a new custom jacket. The flashy, faux-fur trench style coat sports Mahomes’ famous #15 on the back – complete with leopard print numbers. Seen on her official Instagram account, Brittany Matthews is showing off her new digs to her 792k followers.
“PLAYOFFSSS!” she captions the shots, with the jacket coming in support of today’s massive game for the Chiefs:
Brittany Matthews, 24, is “All-In” with Patrick Mahomes
These two long-time lovebirds, both 24, met while at Whitehouse High School in Whitehouse, Texas. They even went to prom together, according to Mahomes’ Instagram. Both were athletes at Whitehouse, and bonded over their love of sports – and each other.
When graduation rolled around, Brittany Matthews made the University of Texas at Tyler’s college soccer team. Mahomes, of course, went on to play football for Texas Tech. Attending different universities never put a damper on their relationship, however.
“My valentine from the beginning to now!?,” Mahomes captions a 2018 before-and-after post with his then-GF, also on Instagram. The two are now engaged as of last year.
Matthews Played Soccer Professionally for Iceland
After graduating college in Texas, Matthews went on to play professional soccer for Iceland’s national team.
“I didn’t even see myself playing college soccer when I graduated high school,” Matthews says as part of a People op-ed. “However, I ended up coming to UT Tyler to play soccer because it was close to home and I knew a few girls that played here that loved it and told me I need to join the family.”
“So I did, and these last four years have made me fall in love with soccer all over again and want to go on and play professional soccer,” she continues.
With her soccer days behind her, Matthews now runs her own fitness company: Brittany Lynne Fitness.
“By the end of my first season [in Iceland], I truly began to fall in love with being in the gym more than being on the soccer field,” she explains. “Playing sports my whole life got me into fitness and playing in college taught me about strength training, wellness and maintaining peak fitness to perform at an elite level.”
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