The Super Bowl MVP was all smiles at the magical theme park in California



Patrick Mahomes celebrated his third Super Bowl win at the happiest place on Earth – Disneyland!

The 28-year-old Kansas City Chiefs quarterback celebrated his 2024 Super Bowl victory on Monday with wife, Brittany Mahomes and their two children, Sterling Skye, 2, and  Patrick “Bronze” Lavon Mahomes, 1.

In an interview at the Anaheim, Calif. theme park, he reflected on returning to Disneyland after consecutive Super Bowl wins.

“I enjoy it every single time, and to be back at Disneyland again, after being back last year, it’s a moment that hopefully I’ll keep getting to do over and over again,” the NFL star said.

Patrick also shared that seeing the fans’ smiling faces as he rides in the parade after a Super Bowl victory is “something I’ll never get tired of.”

“The energy, the smiles, the love I feel from everybody at the park — I mean, it truly is special, and it’s one of those moments that you’ll have forever.”

Patrick had a lot to celebrate on Monday after becoming only the third player ever to win three or more Super Bowl MVP trophies — Tom Brady won five and San Francisco 49ers legend Joe Montana won three, per ESPN.

Patrick Mahomes with his wife Brittney Mahomes and their children Sterling and Bronze. SEAN TEEGARDEN/DISNEYLAND RESORT

Sunday’s MVP title also makes Patrick the first back-to-back Super Bowl MVP since Terry Bradshaw won it twice leading the Pittsburgh Steelers to consecutive wins in Super Bowl XIII and XIV in 1979 and 1980.

Following the win, Patrick was asked how he kept his cool to score the winning drive, and said it was “a microcosm” of their season. The quarterback praised his team’s “defense” for “keeping us in there,” and “of course, Harrison Butker,” who tied the game with a field goal to go to overtime.


His family, including his mom, Randi Mahomes, and brother, Jackson Mahomes, were in attendance at Allegiant Stadium to cheer on the quarterback.

Just a few days before the 2024 Super Bowl, Randi told PEOPLE that being a “young” mom to Patrick was a blessing. “He was my little best friend. We were together 24/7, and I learned with him.”

Randi, 48, added, “He made me grow up in a good way, in a great way. Being a mother is my favorite thing sometimes, and sometimes it’s hard, but it is my favorite thing, and I always say, ‘Where would I be without it?’”

And just before kickoff between the Chiefs and 49ers, Brittany and their two kids enjoyed a family moment on the sidelines inside Allegiant Stadium.

In a photo the NFL posted on social media, Brittany and Sterling hold up baby Bronze as he lifts his little hands in the air in excitement.

But the toddler soon fell asleep. “Boy didn’t even make kickoff,” Brittany shared on her stories, along with a photo of a snoozing Bronze.