Jason Kelce, a 36-year-old center for the Philadelphia Eagles, recently posed for a holiday card with his family. Alongside his wife Kylie and their three daughters – Wyatt, Elliotte and Bennett – Jason created a picture-perfect holiday scene, complete with their two dogs, Winnie and Baloo, in festive reindeer ears.
Each member of Kelce's family sported a unique outfit for the photoshoot. Kylie embraced the holiday season in a green sweater and jeans, while their daughters were dressed in coordinating outfits of gray, pink, and brown. Jason and Kylie became parents to Wyatt in 2019, Elliotte in 2021, and their latest addition, Bennett, was born earlier this year. They celebrated Bennett's arrival with a charming Instagram post.
Beyond his commitments on the football field and to his family, Jason has been actively involved in charity work. He recently contributed to the second annual charity album, A Philly Special Christmas Special, by the Eagles. The album, released on November 15, saw Jason collaborate with his brother, Travis Kelce, to deliver a heartwarming duet. Their rendition of “Fairytale of Philadelphia” quickly climbed the Apple Music charts, securing the No. 8 spot.
A host of other celebrities joined the Kelce brothers on the album, including music legends Patti LaBelle, Amos Lee, and The Hooters' Eric Bazilian and Rob Hyman. The album also featured songs from The War on Drugs and The Silver Ages Choir. The proceeds from the album have been impressive, raising over million for local charities.
Despite her relationship with Travis Kelce, Taylor Swift did not lend her vocals to the album. However, the official Instagram account of the album hinted at her potential involvement, sparking rumours among fans. Though Swift did not sing, some speculate that the album's artwork includes a cartoon likeness of the pop star.
The album's artwork maintains a strong connection to Philadelphia, with the limited edition vinyl cover paying tribute to the city. The back cover features numerous Philly legends and familiar faces, encouraging followers to identify all the characters.