EXLUSIVE GOOD NEWS!!! – Travis Kelce’s Mother Donna lands BIG brand gig… after she shot to fame when her football star son started dating Taylor Swift

Donna Kelce has become so famous that she has landed a big brand partnership.

Donna Kelce

On Tuesday, Ziploc shared with DailyMail.com that she has become their first-ever Chief Leftover Officer (CLO).

Donna shot to fame when her football star son Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs started dating pop singer Taylor Swift.

The mom has already posed with the product when she was seen carrying some left overs this weekend. The mother to Travis as well as Jason Kelce held onto a Ziploc bag full off goodies as she got out of a car.

The Kansas City Chiefs will play the San Francisco 49ers during the Super Bowl on February 11 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.

Swift is set to attend the big game alongside Donna.

Donna already worked with other brands; KIND snacks, Barefoot wine, ibotta and Pillsbury are just some of the names.

Ziploc uncovered that three in four Big Game watch party hosts feel guilty about throwing away leftovers.

Yet 18 million plus pounds of leftovers were tossed during last year’s game.

To help fans reduce food waste and continue to enjoy the game day snacks they love, Donna’s first order of business is to encourage guests to BYOZ (Bring Your Own Ziploc) to this year’s watch party to take home their leftovers.

First-ever Ziploc Chief Leftover Officer, Donna, takes her new role seriously as she shows fans how to help reduce food waste by Bringing Your Own Ziploc® bags to game day gatherings.

To help reduce food waste, Ziploc is appointing football mom Donna Kelce as the brand’s first-ever Chief Leftover Officer (CLO).

As a mom of two boys, Donna understands the importance of keeping a well-stocked kitchen and not letting any food go to waste.

As CLO, her first order of business is to encourage fans to have Ziploc bags in tow as they head to Big Game watch parties to take home their leftovers.

Jason first met Anti-Hero songstress Taylor when she supported Kansas City Chiefs player Travis, 34, at one of his football games but their mother Donna has since recounted that he did not make a ‘good first impression’ despite a warning from his wife.

Donna told People: ‘Jason’s his own man, as Travis is, and once they’re determined to do something, there’s no stopping. I wasn’t at all surprised [about how Jason reacted]. He’s done it on occasion and just saves it for his special moments.’

Despite Jason staging an over-the-top greeting when he first met Tayor, Travis later assured his brother and fellow footballer that the ‘Anti-Hero’ songstress ‘absolutely loved’ meeting her potentially future brother-in-law for the first time.

Speaking on their ‘New Heights’ podcast, he said: ‘[Your] best first impression is the worst impression ever. Tay said she absolutely loved you!’

Meanwhile, Donna, 71, has begun to enjoy something of a media career since her younger son started to date Taylor.

She told Extra: ‘I’ll tell you, it’s just… they’re making their own story, and I don’t even have to say anything, they’re just doing it all themselves.’

But Donna – who used to work as a banking executive but retried some time ago – recently admitted that even though her own sudden fame has come as a shock, she enjoys being recognised when she is out and about.

She said: ‘It’s been a ride. That’s for sure. It’s a little different.

‘Sometimes I feel I’m on some kind of a different planet. I’m like, ‘What has my life become?’

‘It’s been a ride, that’s for sure It’s fun being recognised. It is. Most everyone is pretty respectful and very positive.’

This comes after Kylie Kelce said she feels ‘guilty’ over her sudden fame.

The 31-year-old event consultant – who is married to NFL player Jason Kelce and has Wyatt, four, Elliotte, three, and 11-month-old Bennett with him – has found herself in the spotlight because her brother-in-law Travis is dating pop megastar Swift.

And she struggles to understand exactly why she now has one million followers on Instagram who are all so ‘interested’ in her day-to-day life.

Speaking on ‘Good Morning America’, she said: ‘I feel almost a little guilty that people are so interested and invested in what I’m doing. I’m like, ‘I am trying to scrape applesauce off the couch. … This is not that fascinating.’ So it’s funny to me. I deeply appreciate the support!’

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