It certainly pays to have a parent that owns an NFL team.
The socialite daughters of Kansas City Chiefs owner Clark Hunt spent the first few days of 2024 lavishly vacationing in Cabo San Lucas, enjoying their time at a five-star resort and even taking in a private concert by the Jonas Brothers.
Gracie and Ava Hunt jetted off with parents Clark and Tavia – a former beauty queen – to celebrate the new year in style.
The family stayed at the swanky Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort and reportedly enjoyed a variety of luxurious amenities and VIP treatments.
Ava, 17, and Gracie, 25, have become sensations on social media for showing off the perks of a father in an elite group of NFL owners.
In the past, they’ve been seen hanging out with Taylor Swift at Chiefs games – the pop superstar is dating K.C. tight end Travis Kelce, of course – and embarking on over-the-top vacations around the globe.
Both daughters shared plenty of fun snaps on their Instagram accounts, where they have large followings.
They kicked off the vacation by attending a private Jonas Brothers show at the Montage in Cabo on New Year’s Eve, complete with a countdown celebration.
Ava, who wore a hot pink, one-shoulder mini dress with cut-outs in the chest and midriff area, described the night as “the best start to 2024.”
Gracie donned a sparkly blue gown with feather sleeves to ring in the New Year and shared her own concert footage, including a sing-along with friends and a performance by Robin Thicke.
While the younger Hunts seemingly had a blast, mother Tavia had her own take on the fun-filled trip, posting that she is “recovering from the holidays and starting the year off right with a heart full of gratitude.”
The beachfront resort boasts nine restaurants, three pools, a golf course and its own private beach club. It is overlooks the stunning Sea of Cortez and offers multitudes of both relaxing and fun amenities to its guests.
As for the Hunts, they’ll have their focus on Saturday night’s big playoff game. The Chiefs will be hosting the Miami Dolphins in the wild-card round, with former K.C. star receiver Tyreek Hill in town with his former team.
One thing is for sure: With a forecasted high of -13C on Saturday in Kansas City, everyone will be wishing that they were still on the beach in Cabo.
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