Do not let the good looks confuse you, Gracie Hunt knows her way around a soccer ball.
A budding soccer star, the daughter of Chiefs owner Clark Hunt yearned for a future on the field as she hoped to play at college at SMU after starring on her high school team. However, four concussions derailed that dream.
While the World Cup is currently going on, Hunt took to Instagram to show herself back on the field of play and showing support for Team USA.
Last year, Hunt was named Miss Kansas USA, a title her mother, Tavia, held in 1993 when she competed in Miss USA and was later named the second-runner up. Hunt followed in her mother’s footsteps again in November, when she participated in Miss USA and placed in the Top 16.
Hunt looks good and her favorite team is 8-2 and well on their way to winning the division yet again.
Like in years past, the Chiefs are a team that is a favorite of getting back to the Super Bowl after they blew a 21-10 halftime lead in the 2022 AFC Championship Game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Mahomes threw two interceptions and the Chiefs punted four times, allowing Cincinnati to get back in the game before earning a 27-24 win.
The Chiefs won’t have Tyreek Hill this year but as we are witnessing, it’s not making much of a difference.