Gracie Hunt gives insight into Kansas City Chiefs’ ‘crazy’ farewell weekend as heiress stuns in warm-weather gear
Kansas City Chiefs heiress Gracie Hunt has sparked excitement with her latest vacation snaps.
The 24-year-old former Miss Kansas headed to Iceland as the Chiefs enjoyed a bye week off.
Hunt braved the elements as she visited the stunning Atlantic island with her family.
Gracie is the daughter of reigning Super Bowl champion Clark Hunt.
Temperatures regularly drop below freezing during Iceland’s notorious winters.
So Hunt wasn’t risking getting dressed, keeping warm in an all-white snowsuit and matching wool hat.
Gracie and her family visited the famous Blue Lagoon and took photos in front of the giant natural hot springs.
They represented the Kansas City colors as they all wore dark red coats to ward off the cold.
Gracie commented on the snapshots, saying: “Goodbye Weekenders.”
Thousands of Hunt’s fans online were quick to respond, with one writing in the comments: “Beautiful as always, have a great time.”
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Another said: “He looks crazy in there.”
A third added: “Is that an angel?”
A fourth commented: “I went there in March and it was amazing.”
Gracie began her modeling career while attending her father’s alma mater, Southern Methodist University,
She was named Miss Kansas in 2021 and went on to compete for the Miss USA title.
Hunt enjoyed a summer of travel before the Chiefs begin the NFL season in August.
She attended the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Montreal, and visited Hawaii where she swam with sharks on Discovery Channel’s Shark Week.
The 24-year-old boasts over 400,000 fans on Instagram and regularly keeps her fanbase updated during her travels.
Gracie was with the Chiefs in Germany on Sunday as they beat the Miami Dolphins 21-14.
The win sent the defending Super Bowl champions to 7-2 in the regular season.
After the team’s bye week, they will host the 8-1 Philadelphia Eagles at Arrowhead Stadium in a Super Bowl rematch on Monday Night Football.