Paige Buechele is a former Miss Dallas who is known for being a close friend of Brittany and Patrick Mahomes, and the wife of Shane Buechele, who is the backup quarterback to Patrick Mahomes at the Kansas City Chiefs.
She has been seen out partying with the Mahomes family on multiple occasions, and the group of friends were spotted at the Luke Combs concert in Kansas City earlier this summer.
Paige currently works as a real estate agent for Rogers Healy and Associates, and she is licensed in three states (Texas, Kansas and Missouri).
She met Shane in 2017 during an exhibition match between the University of Texas and Southern Methodist University, and they got married in 2023.
Paige comes from Texas and grew up in La Porte, and she got into cheerleading and dancing thanks to encouragement from her parents, particularly her mother.
Who is Paige Buechele’s husband?
As highlighted above, Paige is the wife of Shane Buechele, who is a quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs.
They met in 2017 during an exhibition match between the University of Texas and Southern Methodist University, and got married recently.
Paige grew up in La Porte and studied at the University of Texas, where she was a cheerleader for a Texas Longhorns football game and Shane was the quarterback.
Paige and Shane are close friends with Brittany and Patrick Mahomes, and have been spotted together on several night outs in Kansas City.
How did Paige and Shane Buechele meet?
Paige and Shane met in 2017 during an exhibition match between the University of Texas and Southern Methodist University.
At the time, Paige was a cheerleader for the Texas Longhorns football game and Shane was the quarterback.
They got to know each other during the game and started dating a few months later, according to Marca.
The couple got married in March 2023 in a grand ceremony that featured close friends and family.
Shane Buechele career
Shane is an American football quarterback who currently plays for the Buffalo Bills of the National Football League (NFL).
He played football and baseball at Lamar High School in Arlington, Texas, where he was considered one of the top quarterbacks in his class.
Shane played college football at the University of Texas before transferring to Southern Methodist University (SMU).
At Texas, he played in 23 games and started 19 games in his career, finishing with 4,636 passing yards.
Due to injuries and competition, he received a redshirt for his junior season.
At SMU, he started all 10 games in his senior year and ranked eighth nationally in completions per game, ninth in passing yards, and 10th in total offense.
Shane went undrafted in the 2021 NFL Draft but was signed to the Kansas City Chiefs as an undrafted free agent.
In August 2023, he signed to the Buffalo Bills practice squad where he is still on the practice squad.
Shane was also named the Big 12 Offensive Freshman of the Year in 2016, and was also a two-time honorable mention All-AAC selection at SMU.