Donna Kelce is mom to her two NFL sons — the Kansas City Chiefs' Travis Kelce and the Philadelphia Eagles' Jason Kelce
Football is a family affair for Donna Kelce and her brood.
While promoting her partnership with Barefoot Wine, Donna, 71, tells PEOPLE exclusively about how she supports both of her NFL sons — the Kansas City Chiefs' Travis Kelce and the Philadelphia Eagles' Jason Kelce — by wearing bracelets representing their respective teams, which previously belonged to her mother.
Noting that she will "root" for both of her sons "no matter what," she says, "If they're playing on the same day, I have two bracelets. One is an Eagles bracelet, the other one's a Chiefs bracelet, and I wear them both."
"They're my mom's. She passed away a couple of years ago, so it's special for me to have them on and to be at their games, because I feel like she's with me," Donna adds.
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For Donna, figuring out how to watch her sons play football, she says, can sometimes be a sport in itself.
“It's kind of hard," she details, explaining that she begins planning her game schedule months before each season starts so that she can try to attend each of her sons' games. “I look in April and see what their schedule is, and decide what I'm going to do.”
“If there's any games outside of the country, I definitely want to try to go to those,” Donna continues. “And if they happen to be home on the same day, then I just have to flip a coin and I try to get to eight games each and every year."
The proud mom — who is also a grandma to Jason's three kids — adds: "So that's kind of the way I handle it.”
Donna also tells PEOPLE that her own increased notoriety amid son Travis' new romance with Taylor Swift is something she is still getting used to.
“It's been a ride. That's for sure,” she says. “It's a little different. Sometimes I feel I'm on some kind of a different planet. I'm like, ‘What has my life become?’ "
“It's kind of fun, though," Donna continues. "It is. It's fun being recognized. Most everyone is pretty respectful and very positive."
"Good thing is, my boys do some great stuff on the field, so they're pretty happy about it," she adds.
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