Despite the weather Taylor Swift arrived at Gillette Stadium to watch boyfriend Travis Kelce and the Chiefs

Taylor Swift arrived at Gillette Stadium to watch boyfriend Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs as they look to snap their two-game losing streak against the New England Patriots.

The pop star touched down into Massachusetts Sunday morning, shielded by several umbrellas as she exited her private jet and made her way to the black SUVs waiting to swiftly deliver her to the game.

Despite the chilly 50F temperatures, Swift donned a black mini skirt with thin opaque tights but added layers with a black coat and a bobble hat in the Chiefs colors, red and white.

In the snap – taken by Kelce’s personal hairdresser Patrick Regan – Swift can be seen grabbing her man’s face and planting a kiss on his cheek.

With a cheeky grin on his own face, Kelce clutches Swift’s arm with one of his hands, while the other rests on the small of her back.

However, while Swift has frequently been the center of attention at Kelce’s games, the Patriots appear unimpressed by her stardom.

Head coach Bill Belichick dismissed questions about the pop star on a radio show, while quarterback Bailey Zappe admitted he’s not a fan of Swift’s music.

During a radio appearance, he said: ‘No ma’am. No ma’am. This is not a shot at Taylor Swift.

I’m not not a fan, I just don’t listen to that music.

‘Is she Country? I’m a Country guy. So that’s probably why since she transferred over to pop.

‘I know some of her old songs whenever she was in Country. I mean…I don’t dislike her.’

Meanwhile, offensive coordinator Bill O’Brien was left uncomfortable when asked about the Patriots’ plan for swift’s attendance.

‘Yeah, I don’t know. I don’t even know how to answer that,’ O’Brien said, puzzled. ‘It is… Look, I’ll follow Bill’s lead on that. We’re very focused on the Chiefs.

‘Trying to game plan for their defense is hard enough as it is, not really focused on Taylor Swift,’ O’Brien continued. ‘But, yeah. I don’t even know how to answer that question. I’m very uncomfortable right now.’