By Lillian Gissen for Dailymail.Com
17:51 February 12, 2024, updated 18:28 February 12, 2024
Stunning Kansas City Chiefs heiresses Gracie and Ava Hunt documented their lavish Super Bowl experiences, which included invitations to star-studded parties, private celebrity appearances, sideline seats during the game, and the chance to hang out with Taylor Swift.
The sisters showed off the many glamorous perks that come with being the daughters of billionaire Chiefs owner Clark Hunt and his wife, Tavia, while attending the coveted football game on Sunday.
Not only did they receive VIP treatment during the sporting event, experiencing all the action from the field itself, but they also got to celebrate alongside a host of stars at the Chiefs’ postgame party following their thrilling victory against the 49ers. San Francisco. .
And the benefits weren’t just limited to game day, as the eldest Gracie, 25, spent the days leading up to the Super Bowl attending glitzy red carpet events in designer looks and mingling with celebrities, making the game football in an eye-catching event. nearly a week-long effort, all of which showed off her growing legion of online fans.
Gracie headed to Las Vegas last Monday—on a private jet, of course—and the festivities began almost immediately.
That night she attended the opening night of the Super Bowl at Allegiant Stadium with her parents, wearing a stylish black and red leather ensemble with DSW ankle boots.
On Thursday, she appeared on the NFL Honors red carpet in a sparkling silver Tom Ford dress, where she posed with a variety of stars including Alix Earle, Taylor Lautner, Taylen Biggs and Olivia Harlan Dekker.
The next day, she was photographed at the NFL commissioner’s Super Bowl party wearing a figure-hugging white floral dress.
Beauty queen Gracie also found time to attend the Roberto Cavalli fashion show in Las Vegas on Friday.
That night, he headed to Shaquille O’Neal’s pre-Super Bowl party, which featured a performance by Lil Wayne.
For the event, she opted for a metallic mini number that left her long legs on display.
Gracie was also in attendance at Sports Illustrated’s Super Bowl celebration on Saturday, wearing a revealing dress with tassels.
The Chainsmokers and Kygo took the stage during the party, which was held at the XS Nightclub at the Wynn Las Vegas.
Later that night, she headed to a Maxim event at Resorts World, making sure to change clothes first, where 50 Cent and 21 Savage performed.
Ava, a 17-year-old high school student, arrived in Las Vegas on Saturday, just before the Super Bowl.
On the big day, the sisters made sure to flaunt their extravagant efforts on their respective Instagram accounts.
They spent most of the game cheering on the team from the sideline; they only briefly headed to their private suite, staffed by Raising Canes, to watch Usher’s halftime show.
Gracie opted for a bright yellow ensemble that consisted of a miniskirt and a jacket that had her last name emblazoned in diamonds on the back. She paired her look with a simple white top and nude heels.
Ava, for her part, rocked a Victoria’s Secret red lace tank top and black pants, with her own matching diamond-encrusted coat.
After the Chiefs took home the championship, the blonde beauties celebrated on the field alongside the players.
They made sure to give a hug to pop sensation Taylor, who is dating Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce.
Gracie then headed to a furious celebration at Zouk Nightclub with the crew, where she partied alongside numerous stars including Taylor, Blake Lively, Ludacris and Ice Spice.
The Chainsmokers and Post Malone were among those who performed; It is unclear if Ava was present.
Both sisters have become viral social media sensations in recent months for flaunting their lavish lifestyles online.
She is also a model and appeared on the cover of Maximum March/April issue of the magazine last year.
As for Ava, who has more than 35,000 followers, she also dabbled in pageantry and competed in Texas Outstanding Teen in 2021.
But it seems her main passion is cheerleading, and in 2020 she took first place at the State Cheerleading Championship.
Last year, she was elected cheerleading captain of her school’s varsity team, and even said online that she dreams of one day being an NFL cheerleader for her father’s team.