Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and his wife Brittany at the Kentucky Derby red carpet. May 06, 2023
In a heartwarming display of love and admiration, Kansas City Chiefs star quarterback Patrick Mahomes recently took to Instagram to share his pride in his wife, Brittany Mahomes. With a simple yet powerful heart emoji, Patrick showcased his pride and love for Brittany’s recent involvement with Children’s Mercy Hospital.
Brittany Mahomes visited the hospital as part of a 15&Mahomies initiative to spread holiday cheer among children who need it the most. Her husband joined in on the merrymaking from afar, as he shared glimpses from the event on his own story, in a heartwarming display of compassion and kindness from the Mahomes couple.
Brittany’s visit was nothing short of magical for the children. She brought with her custom-made Build-A-Bear toys, each embedded with the voice of Patrick Mahomes. The excitement was palpable as the post by the hospital proudly announced, “Surprise! @brittanylynne stopped in to bring patients a custom @buildabear complete with @patrickmahomes voice from @15andmahomies!!”
The Instagram stories captured touching moments: Brittany comforting a shy child with a teddy bear, taking photos with the children’s mothers and hospital staff, and spending quality time with the kids. Each frame was a testament to her dedication and compassion. The final photo, capturing Brittany with a child on a hospital bed, was adorned with a Chiefs’ sticker, among others, and thanked the 15andmahomies foundation, Build-A-Bear, and Brittany for spreading holiday cheer.
The Mahomes’ Winter Gift
Patrick and Brittany Mahomes continued their holiday philanthropic efforts by providing winter clothing to children in need. Visiting EarlyStart students, the couple, through the 15 and Mahomes foundation, handed out essential winter items. The excitement among the students and families was palpable as they interacted with the beloved quarterback and his wife.
The donation had important things like coats, socks, hats, and gloves which the students really needed, especially when it’s cold. June McDaniel, who leads this project, talked about how these donations are really important, especially in winter.
She emphasized the feeling of care and support these donations brought to the children, many of whom come from challenging backgrounds. One of the parents, Nataliya Shalib, shared how meaningful it was for her and her son to meet Patrick and Brittany.
She expressed gratitude for their consideration of families and schools, especially during the holiday season. Her son, RJ, proudly showed off his new green coat to Patrick, a moment that symbolized much more than just receiving a piece of clothing.