Chiefs Heiress Gracie Hunt Places in Miss USA Pageant

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Gracie Hunt, the daughter of Kansas City Chiefs owner Clark Hunt, has social media buzzing with her latest Instagram from trip to Mexico

Gracie Hunt, daughter of Kansas City Chiefs CEO Clark Hunt, did her very best to win the Miss USA Crown after winning the Miss Kansas Crown earlier this year.

Unfortunately it didn’t go as planned for the blonde beauty, as she finished 16th place overall.

Via NY Post:

“Gracie Hunt, the 22-year-old daughter of Kansas City Chiefs chairman and CEO Clark Hunt, participated in the annual event, having won the title of Miss Kansas back in April. She placed in the Top 16, as Miss Kentucky, Elle Smith, was crowned this year’s Miss USA.”

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Before the contest Gracie took to Instagram to share her thoughts:

“In a few short hours I’ll take the stage for the Miss USA final competition and my family and friends will be cheering me on from these very seats!🥰 My heart overflows with gratitude to everyone who has played a role in helping me be the woman I am today,” she wrote on Instagram.

Hunt also gave props to her Mother Tavia, who also won Miss Kansas USA back in 1993.

“I can’t express how much I love you. Thank you for your wisdom, sacrifices, and all of effort you’ve poured into walking this journey alongside me. Thank you for being my role model and best friend. I wouldn’t be here today without you. @Taviahunt,” Hunt wrote.

Gracie will one day own the Chiefs, not a bad fall back.

Check out more of the Chiefs heiress below:

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