Gracie and Ava Hunt are the daughters of the billionaire, Clark Hunt, and Tavia Hunt.
Both of the daughters have followed their mother's footsteps into the world of beauty, with Gracie winning Miss Kansas USA in 2021 and Ava placing in the top three in Miss Texas Outstanding Teens.
Gracie is more inclined towards sports and absolutely loved soccer. She had fantasized about playing soccer, but due to a head injury and concussion, she was forced to abandon her dream.
She has since become a social media influencer, sharing details of both her personal and professional lives.
Clark Hunt Has Two Daughters - Meet Gracie And Ava Hunt
Clark Hunt has two daughters and a son from his marriage with Tavia Shackles.
We can deduce from Ava's Instagram that she is an animal lover. She is often seen riding horses in her holidays. Ava has competed in the Miss Texas Outstanding Teens 2021, the beauty pageant, just like her mother and sister Gracie. In the Miss Texas Outstanding Teen Pinnacle Club, she finished in the top 3.
Another daughter of billionaire Chiefs owner Hunt, Gracie, is a successful social media influencer.
Her opulent lifestyle, which includes lavish vacations, exclusive events, and bikini-clad beach days, has made her a social media sensation.
She has more than 159,000 followers on social media thanks to her candid posts about life as an NFL heiress. Her opulent travels, meals at five-star restaurants, and of course, the numerous football games she attends with sideline seats have captured the attention of netizens.
In addition to being a well-known Instagram sensation, Gracie has started a successful career as a pageant queen and was named Miss Kansas USA in 2016.
Clark Hunt's Daughter, Gracie Hunt Is Miss Kansas USA 2021
Clark Hunt and Tavia Shackles' daughter is following in her mother's footsteps in the beauty industry. She participated and won Miss Kansas USA in 2021.
The achievement came 28 years after Tavia had claimed the same title in 1993. Tavia eventually finished in second place at the Miss USA pageant.
She acknowledges that she didn't always envision herself competing in pageants. She stated that soccer was her priority and that she planned to play on the college team. She previously won the championship with her high school team when she was a student and participated in club sports.
After suffering four concussions, she had to pursue another dream. A concussion is a traumatic brain injury caused by a head bump, strike, jolt, or body blow that causes the head and brain to move rapidly back and forth.
She told the New York Post that she then turned to pageantry, which she described as a "foreign industry" at the time. With the help of her mother, she decided to give it a try, and the rest is history.
The model recalled growing up in a sports-focused family while speaking with Fox last year, which she described as a joy. She mentioned that she enjoyed sports because they bring people together and encourage an inclusive culture. Gracie also runs a merch, which is accessible on the official page of The Kansas City Chief.
Clark, her father, is the owner, chairman, and CEO of the Kansas City Chiefs, and her grandfather, Lamar Hunt, founded the American Football League (AFL) and Major League Soccer (MLS).
Clark Hunt Is The CEO of the Kansas City Chiefs
Clark Hunt is associated with the Kansas City Chiefs for over two decades and served as the club's CEO for over a decade.
He is considered the driving force for the Chiefs' revival, elevating the storied organization to the ranks of the National Football League's most prosperous squads. The Chiefs have won seven AFC West Division titles and made nine playoff games since taking over as CEO in 2010.
He appointed Andy Reid as Head Coach in 2013.
In the presence of the duo, Andy and Hunt, in nine seasons, the Chiefs have won 103 games in the regular season, tied for the most in the NFL, and have qualified for the postseason eight times (2013, 2015-21), winning six consecutive AFC West titles.
He also made changes to the club's structure by mandating that the chairman and CEO would be directly responsible for the head coach, general manager, and team president.
Hunt and his family contributed $125 million to the extensive modernization project of Arrowhead Stadium that will keep Kansas City "The Home of the Chiefs" for many years to come.
As the team won two consecutive AFC titles (2019 and 2020) and qualified for consecutive Super Bowl appearances for the first time in franchise history, Hunt twice lifted the trophy bearing his father's name, the Lamar Hunt Trophy.
After the 2019 season, the team won Super Bowl LIV, earning its second Lombardi Trophy. He extended Reid's and General Manager Brett Veach's contracts during the 2020 season, ensuring their continued dominance over the team's football operations.
Along with the team's revival on the field, Hunt is a prominent voice among NFL owners. Hunt served as a member of the influential NFL Finance Committee for seven years before being appointed as Chairman in 2019.
He is also a part of the NFL International Committee, Personal Conduct Committee, Commissioner Roger Goodell, Commissioner Search Committee, NFL's Digital Media Committee, and many more.
Clark Hunt is born to his family with a sports background. He is the grandson of oil tycoon H.L. Hunt and the son of Lamar Hunt.
Two years prior to Clark's birth, his father founded the Chiefs as the Dallas Texans and relocated them to Kansas City. Clark's father is a founding member of the American Football League.
He is married to his wife, Tavia Shackles, a former Miss Missouri Teen USA and Miss Kansas USA. The couple is blessed with three kids, two daughters and a son.