Does Patrick Mahomes Have A Prenup?

Feb 23, 2024 | Prenuptial Agreements, real life case

Patrick Mahomes signed the biggest NFL contract in history in 2020–a whopping $450 million over 10 years. With his recent marriage to Brittany Matthews (now Brittany Mahomes), it’s understandable why there’s been so much interest in their prenup and whether or not Patrick signed one to protect his football fortune. 

According to US Weekly, this couple first got together back in 2012 when they were still in high school – yep, they’re high school sweethearts! Even though they ended up going to different colleges, they stayed super close. Patrick chased his football dreams at Texas Tech, while Brittany rocked it in soccer at the University of Texas. Then, in 2017, Patrick got drafted into the NFL by the Kansas City Chiefs. But get this – right after that, Brittany signed her own pro soccer contract, playing over in Iceland! After two years of doing their own thing, they decided to make it official by buying a house together in Kansas City in 2019. And guess what? 2020 turned out to be a huge year for them – not only did Patrick win a Super Bowl ring, but he also popped the question to Brittany (spoiler alert: she said yes!). And as if that wasn’t enough excitement, they found out they had a little one on the way just a month later! Sterling Mahomes made her grand entrance into the world in February 2021. Fast forward one year, and they sealed the deal with a beautiful wedding in Hawaii. How’s that for a love story?

So… still curious about whether the Mahomes signed a prenup? Keep reading to find out what we know.


Brittany Mahomes’ net worth 

First, let’s talk a bit about Brittany’s background. According to Sportskeeda, she’s got quite the impressive resume! After earning her degree in kinesiology at University of Texas at Tyler, she joined a professional soccer team in Iceland in May of 2017. After she won a league title with her team, she returned to the US to purchase a home with Patrick and pursue a career in fitness.

After returning to the U.S., she launched Brittany Lynne Fitness in 2019, providing training programs and merchandise for customers of various fitness levels. Additionally, she assumed the role of a Balance Elite Leader for Balance Athletica. With over a million followers on Instagram, she is also a mega social media influencer, which likely rakes in cash from any ads or posts she makes for companies. 

The bottom line? Brittany has earned her own income from her career in professional soccer and currently generates revenue through her fitness program and social media influence. The exact value of her wealth is uncertain aside from Patrick’s NFL contracts.


Do the Mahomes have a prenup? 

It’s a bit of a mystery whether Patrick Mahomes has a prenup in place. Despite searching high and low, there’s no solid information or reliable reports to confirm its existence. So, at this point, it’s all just guesswork. People on a recent Reddit thread shared their thoughts, but no one seemed to have any insider knowledge. Some seem to believe it’s a guarantee that they have a prenup given Patrick signed the biggest deal in NFL history. While others believe that they probably don’t have a prenup because they’re high school sweethearts. If there is a prenup, the Mahomes have done a remarkable job of keeping it hush-hush.

What would potentially be in a prenup between Patrick and Brittany? 

We’re just speculating here, but let’s go over some of the things that are possibly present in Patrick and Brittany’s prenup if they have one. 

  • Separate Income: Patrick’s staggering $450 million contract over 10 years is likely kept mostly separate. 
  • Joint Assets: How assets purchased together will be split up, such as their Kansas City home. 
  • Separate Business Assets: Brittany may have opted to keep any income she generates from her social media influencing or fitness company separate. 
  • Spousal Support: They potentially included a clause about spousal support stating what should happen regarding spousal support in the event of a divorce. Given the great wealth disparity between the two, it’s likely Brittany opted to keep spousal support an option. 
  • Lump Sum Payment: This is separate from spousal support and it’s a one-time payment from the wealthier spouse to the less wealthy spouse to balance out the wealth. Brittany may have requested something of this nature. 
  • Inheritance: We know Patrick Mahomes’ father (Pat Mahomes Sr.) is a famous former baseball player with a net worth of approximately $10 million. In addition, Brittany herself may also have family money to protect. So, there may be a clause to protect any inheritance received by either spouse to be kept as their own.
  • Confidentiality: We already know they keep things private, so it is possible they included a clause that specifically prohibits the sharing of personal info to the public.
  • Infidelity: As with many celeb couples, this tends to be a popular clause to prevent either spouse from cheating (and if they do, they have to pay the other a monetary penalty.

Everything above is just speculation of some of the possible clauses that could be included in Patrick Mahomes’ prenup, if there is one. 


What the other “GOAT” put in his prenup (i.e., Tom Brady’s prenup)

Since we don’t have Patrick Mahomes’ prenup to reference, let’s take a look at what the other NFL quarterback “GOAT” put in his prenup. With Tom Brady’s reported net worth of $333 million and his ex-wife Gisele Bündchen boasting a net worth of $400 million, it’s hardly surprising that they opted for an ironclad prenup. Apparently, their prenup is pretty straightforward – they are both keeping their own stuff separate. So, each of them hangs onto their businesses and assets. As for the real estate properties they bought together, like that $17 million mansion in Miami, Brady’s holding onto that one. On the flip side, Bündchen’s keeping their sweet vacation spot in Costa Rica, where they love to kick back with the kids.


The bottom line

So, to wrap things up, the big question about whether Patrick Mahomes and Brittany Mahomes have a prenuptial agreement is still up in the air. Despite all the buzz and speculation around Patrick’s huge NFL deal and his growing wealth, there’s no solid info to confirm if they’ve got a prenup or not. If they do, it could cover stuff like separate income, joint assets, business stuff, support payments, and even a potential infidelity clause. But hey, without them spilling the beans, it’s all just guesswork! Looking at other famous couples like Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen might give us some hints, but in the end, the details of Patrick and Brittany’s agreement, if there is one, will probably stay under wraps, leaving us all to wonder.

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