Taylor Swift got quite the bejeweled birthday gift from the owners of the Kansas City Chiefs.
The pop star turned 34 on Wednesday (Dec. 13), and Gracie and Ava Hunt – daughters of franchise owner Clark Hunt – marked the occasion by sharing photos with Swift holding a luxurious gift box at one of Kansas City’s games. Since then, the contents of the present have been revealed, with the Kansas City Star reporting that Tavia Hunt, wife of Clark Hunt, shared on Instagram that the 12-time Grammy winner received a bedazzled “Judith Leiber miniaudiere Swarovski microphone purse.”
“Thank you @joshie_82 and @neimanmarcusnorthpark for procuring the perfect @judithleiberny gift!🎤✨,” Gracie captioned her post, also sharing snaps of her posing with Swift at various meet-and-greets through the years.
According to his Instagram bio, Josh Trevino is a personal shopper and stylist. As for the microphone handbag, acquiring one will cost you about $5,000 — $4,995.00, to be exact – per the Judith Lieber website.
The Hunt family gave Swift the accessory at the Dec. 10 Chiefs vs. Buffalo Bills game, where the “Anti-Hero” singer cheered on her boyfriend, tight end Travis Kelce, from her usual perch in a box suite overlooking Arrowhead Stadium. Days later, she stepped out with friends in New York City to celebrate her 34th, stopping by The Box nightclub with Blake Lively, Miles Teller and his wife, actress Keleigh Sperry, Wednesday night.
The following weekend, Swift once again cheered on Kelce – this time at Gilette Stadium for the Chiefs’ Sunday (Dec. 17) game against the New England Patriots. She shared a suite with her dad, Scott Swift, who at one point visited the compartment next door to share some of what looked to be his daughter’s birthday cake with fans.