After being engaged for two years, Patrick Mahomes and Brittany Matthews united marriage ties through an emotional ceremony held in Hawaii on the afternoon of this Saturday, March 12. Brittany wore a beautiful white Versace dress, with spaghetti straps, cut-outs at the top and a long train, accompanied by a cathedral veil, while the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback wore a light gray suit.
The NFL player shared the news through his social networks, where he published various images of the event under the description ” Mr. & Mrs. Mahomes “. Check the post.
The relationship between Patrick Mahomes and Brittany Matthews
Patrick and Brittany began their relationship when they were both just teenagers. The couple started dating during their high school days and have been inseparable ever since. Mahomes proposed to Matthews in September 2020 and just under a month after the proposal, the couple announced that they were expecting their first child together.
“Sept 1/20. On a day that was meant to celebrate you, you made it a celebration of us. It’s always us, it’s always you and me. The words you said to me right now will NEVER leave my mind! You made this day It was perfect, you took my breath away and I couldn’t have imagined anything better. I love you, forever and ever! Cheers to spending our lives together and having an inseparable bond, ” Brittany said at the time. In February 2021, Patrick Mahomes and Brittany Matthews entered the world of parenthood after welcoming little Sterling Skye Mahomes, who was just one year old.
It should be remembered that Mahomes and Matthews have been engaged since 2020, when the quarterback made the proposal after winning the Super Bowl with the Chiefs. On February 20, 2021, Mahomes and Matthews became parents for the first time with the birth of their daughter Sterling.
Since when are Mahomes and Matthews a couple?
The newlyweds began their relationship while attending high school in Whitehouse, Texas. After graduating from high school, Brittany joined the University of Texas at Tyler to play soccer, while Patrick played football for Texas Tech University.