Gracie Hunt, the daughter of Kansas City Chiefs owner Clark Hunt, certainly knows how to celebrate.
First, after it was revealed that she had done a photo shoot and is the cover star of this month’s Maxim magazine, the Chiefs’ heiress attended the publication’s Big Game Party the night before Super Bowl LVII.
“One of the greatest nights spent with some of my favorite people!” Gracie Hunt wrote on Instagram. “Thank you @maximmag for making last night one I’ll always remember & thank you to my friends who came — loved celebrating Super Bowl Eve with you!! Happy Game Day!”
“I’ve always admired the many strong, smart, successful women featured in Maxim,” Hunt wrote in a separate Instagram post showing off a few of her photos from the issue. “They have inspired me in the fearless pursuit of their careers & dreams which makes this cover so meaningful to me. It still feels surreal! Thank you so much @maximmag for the opportunity and to all of the people on the incredible team behind the shoot.”
On Sunday, Gracie Hunt went viral after entering State Farm Stadium thanks to the stunning and very sparkly dress she wore to the game.
After the Chiefs won Super Bowl LVII 38 to 35 over the Eagles, the 23-year-old went down on the field, grabbed the Vince Lombardi Trophy and showed that she definitely chose the right color of dress to wear to the big game.
“It shines bright like a diamond!” the 2021 Miss Kansas USA titleholder wrote. “God is so so good — thank you Jesus!
According to her cover story for Maxim, NFL fans will be seeing a lot of her in the coming years.
Hunt is currently pursuing her master’s degree in sports management from the University of Kansas and also works with the Chiefs directly on brand development and marketing. She’ll be attending the NFL draft this spring in Kansas City.
“You hear about the war room and there really is a war room,” Gracie Hunt said. “Our team’s scouts and coaches work hard to run all the different scenarios so that it takes as much pressure as possible off that moment when you’re on the clock. It’s almost like a game of chess.
“Identifying talent that other teams might grade differently is essential to a successful draft,” Hunt continued. “Sometimes things don’t go the way you anticipate and it’s about navigating curve balls. Other times, it’s about knowing who you want and making the move to trade up and draft a guy you’re really excited about.”
Considering the Chiefs won the Super Bowl again this year, barring some kind of trade, they won’t be selecting anyone until the final pick in each round come the NFL Draft on April 27-29.