The Kelce family has quickly become one of the most popular in the NFL. Former Eagle Jason Kelce was the best center in the NFL before his recent retirement and his brother is arguably the best tight end of the modern era. Add Travis' relationship with Taylor Swift to the mix and you've got a family who is at the center of the NFL media's attention. Jason's wife Kylie Kelce recently had to confront a rude fan who was threatening the couple's privacy on a night out.

According to social media posts, Kylie and Jason were going to Steve & Cookies in Margate, New Jersey for dinner around 5pm on Tuesday evening. It appears that they were approached by a woman in the parking lot who asked them for a photo. Kylie politely declined and said that she and Jason were on a date.

Apparently that answer was not acceptable to the woman, as she started screaming at the Kelces. Kylie did not back down and gave it right back to the woman.

Afterward, Kylie and Jason walked into the restaurant and enjoyed the rest of their night.


Kylie Kelce has long been a fan favorite in Philadelphia. Not only is she connected with a popular player in Jason Kelce, but she is also a Philadelphia native who grew up in Delaware County — commonly abbreviated as Delco. Some have given Kylie the nickname the Duchess of Delco.

It is good to see Kylie sticking up for the couple's privacy.

Former Eagles center Jason Kelce shares his wife's thoughts on Harrison Butker on recent podcast episode

Kylie has also made her opinion known about the controversial situation surrounding Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker.

Jason Kelce shared Kylie's thoughts on a recent episode of the Kelce brothers' New Heights podcast. Jason said that his wife Kylie was “frustrated” with what Butker said at the Benedictine College commencement.

Travis Kelce also issued his first response to Butker's comment on the episode. Kelce acknowledged that his teammate is a “great person” who is entitled to his views. However, Travis clarified that didn’t agree with “just about any of [the speech] besides him loving his family and his kids.” Kelce is notably the closest person to Butker to give a full-throated critique of his comments.

Other NFL figures have spoken out about Butker's controversial remarks, which featured derogatory remarks about women and minorities.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell predictably gave a bland, corporate response in response to the controversy.

“We have over 3,000 players. We have executives around the league. They have diversity of opinions and thoughts just like America does. That’s something we treasure,” Goodell said, per Tom Pelissero.

Other figures close to Butker, including head coach Andy Reid and QB Patrick Mahomes, gave similarly bland responses.

“I've known him for seven years. I judge him by the character he shows every day and that's a good person,” Patrick Mahomes stated, per The Athletic's Nate Taylor. “We're not always going to agree. He said certain things I don't agree with.”

As of yet, Jason Kelce is the only person connected with the Eagles who has commented on the Butker situation.