The Mahomes family was been spending time in Portugal on a family trip.

Brittany Mahomes, 28, shared a series of photos captioned “Portugal😍” on social media featuring her two kids, Sterling Skye, 3, and Patrick “Bronze” Lavon III, 1, and her husband, Kansas City Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes, also 28.

The first photo shows the mother-daughter duo Brittany and Sterling Skye in matching orange bathing suits posing on the shore of a beach. Prepared for the sunny day, Brittany smiles in a pair of sunglasses and holds Sterling Skye, who has an adorable pink sunhat on.

The next picture shows Patrick having fun with Sterling Skye as he tosses her in the air while smiling on the beach.

Bronze is also featured in a fun photo wearing a hat and a small pair of sunglasses to match his mom, who is also wearing some sunglasses in style. He sits on her lap and holds the steering wheel of a golf cart.

This little family getaway comes after the couple attended the Super Bowl ring ceremony earlier this month.

Interested in unwinding at ease in Portugal like the Mahomes family? A vacation to Portugal may be just what you need.

Lisbon is Portugal’s capital and the most action-packed city. The largest and most populated city offers lots of fun experiences for the whole family.

Near Portugal’s capital, drive about 45 minutes to Arrábida National Park, with its beautiful green hills leading to bright beach shorelines. Perfect for a chill and relaxing swim in the sun, Portinho Beach is a calm and quiet location for an escape from the city.


For the best place to explore with kids, take time to visit the Lisbon Oceanarium. As one of the largest indoor aquariums in Europe, it allows guests to admire all the small and big fish native to Portugal, including several species of sharks and the Magellanic penguins.

For a more historic feel, spend time touring the Alfama district of Lisbon. One of the city’s oldest areas, it has many iconic and historic buildings, such as São Jorge Castle and the Cathedral of Saint Mary Major. The cobbled streets are also filled with cafes and shops.

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