Mahomes inspired the Chiefs to a second straight Super Bowl victory on Sunday
Kansas City stars are toasting the win in front of one million fans on Wednesday

He may still be reveling in his second straight Super Bowl win, but Patrick Mahomes made sure not to forget a Valentine’s Day gift for wife Brittany.

Mahomes and the Chiefs are currently embarking on a victory parade in Kansas City following Sunday’s victory over the San Francisco 49ers at Super Bowl LVIII, with almost one million fans expected to line the streets and toast their latest triumph.

Though despite the celebrations continuing on Wednesday, Kansas City’s superstar quarterback still remembered it is Valentine’s Day as well as the Chiefs’ grand homecoming.

Mahomes’ wife Brittany shared a photo on her Instagram story of Patrick and a rose he gifted to her while at the Super Bowl parade along with the caption: ‘He didn’t forget’.

Patrick Mahomes made sure to remember Valentine's Day amid the Chiefs' Super Bowl party

atrick Mahomes made sure to remember Valentine’s Day amid the Chiefs’ Super Bowl party

Mahomes gave wife Brittany a rose on Valentine's Day while at Kansas City's victory parade

ittany watched her husband become a back-to-back Super Bowl champion on Sunday

The couple also posed for a Valentine’s Day selfie on the bus as they headed out to celebrated Patrick’s record-breaking success.

By toppling the Niners in overtime, Mahomes became the first quarterback since Tom Brady in 2005 to lead his team to consecutive Super Bowl wins – while also earning his third championship ring in five years.

The 28-year-old provided the game-winning touchdown pass to Mecole Hardman Jnr, picking out the wide receiver in the end zone with just three seconds of overtime remaining.

In the wake of her husband’s heroics, Brittany shared a text from Patrick predicting that the Chiefs would win the Super Bowl this season at the start of 2024.

Mahomes texted her on January 5 saying ‘I decided we are going to win the Super Bowl’ and again on January 28, shortly after the Chiefs beat the Ravens, saying: ‘I’ll see y’all in Vegas I’m not done.’

He has now won three Super Bowls at the age of 28 and is already planning how to lead the team to an unprecedented ‘three-peat’ next season.

For now, though, Mahomes and Kansas City are set to parade the Vince Lombardi Trophy in front of their home supporters for a second straight year.

lmost a million fans are expected to line the streets for the Chiefs’ parade on Wednesday

Many of the largest school districts in the area have canceled classes due to the parade, while businesses along the Chiefs bus’ path are turning the day into a viewing party for their workers.

At least 600 Kansas City police officers will be stationed along the the 2-mile (3.22-kilometer) route, police Chief Stacey Graves said.

Teens and younger kids were everywhere, some tossing footballs, others watching replays of game highlights on giant TV screens.