Months after securing their historic third Super Bowl title, the Kansas City Chiefs celebrated in style.
Players, officials and owners of the NFL franchise partied all night Thursday at a lavish ring ceremony at Union Station.
Patrick Mahomes, 27, and his teammates received their Super Bowl rings during the event.
While the Chiefs welcomed back a number of players and coaches who now work at other teams.
Union Station in KC was decked out in Chiefs colors for the occasion, and a huge logo hung above the red carpet entrance.
Chiefs heiress Gracie Hunt – daughter of owner Clark Hunt – documented the exclusive event for her 364,000 Instagram followers.
Her snaps featured three replica Vince Lombardi trophies surrounded by red flowers.
While Gracie herself, a former Miss Kansas, wowed in a stunning figure-hugging red dress.
After a meal of mezze and lobster, Chiefs players and officials were presented with their Super Bowl gongs.
Then the party really got started as Flo Rida made a wild entrance in the Kansas City jersey.
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He was soon joined by dancing players on stage, and quarterback star Mahomes was celebrating the second Super Bowl ring of his already stellar career.
Mahomes said, “That’s what you work for, which is to win the Super Bowl and get those rings.”
Pat also revealed that he was instrumental in designing his own one-of-a-kind 613 diamond band.
He continued, “I got to help out a bit with the creation process.”
“I witnessed the process and brought in some ideas and things like that.
“So they did a great job and they mean it [a lot] even with everything they look like.
“You can have them forever and they mean the world. It’s cool to be able to have two of these now.”
The rings were designed by Minneapolis-based memorabilia company Jostens.
Each features the Chiefs logo set with 16 rubies and a red background of 19 rubies and 38 diamonds.
And to add a personal touch, each player’s name is engraved in solid gold letters on their own ring.
The Chiefs will return to training camp at Missouri Western State University next month.
They begin their NFL regular season on September 7 against the Detroit Lions.