Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said that his wife Tammy was one of the many fans who took photos with a shirtless Jason Kelce during the Chiefs win over the Buffalo Bills.

Jason Kelce was the life of the party on Sunday, and Chiefs head coach Andy Reid says his wife even joined in on the fun.

Reid, 65, revealed in a new interview with 810 Sports Radio that his wife Tammy Reid took photos with a still-shirtless Kelce, 36, during Sunday’s game.

“Yeah, my wife saw him. She took pictures with him. I saw the pictures,” Reid shared, before he was asked to confirm if Kelce was sans shirt in the photos.

“No shirt on, no,” Reid replied, adding, “Listen, he’s the best.”

Reid, who was the Philadelphia Eagles head coach during Kelce’s first year in the league, then went on to sing the Eagles center’s praises during the interview, calling him a “great kid” and a “great father.”

Reid concluded, “That’s probably the thing I’m most proud of him for. He’s got a great wife and kids and everything, so he’s done a nice job with that.”

Jason and his wife, Kylie Kelce, share three daughters — Wyatt Elizabeth, 4, Elliotte, 2½, and Bennett Llewellyn, 11 months.

When Jason let out a scream and pulled his shirt off in the stands of Highmark Stadium — during a game in which his brother Travis scored two touchdowns for the Kansas City Chiefs during their divisional round win against the Buffalo Bills — Kylie’s reaction, or non-reaction, quickly went viral on social media.