Caitlyn Jenner became a sensation when she covered Vanity Fair's cover post transition from man to woman. Caitlyn who was before Bruce Jenner decided to show her female side post transition on the cover of the magazine spread.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star also created a Twitter and Instagram account with her new name and since posting her first picture post gender transition, Caitlyn fans worldwide had been waiting to see more from the beautiful new look of the former Olympian.
Caitlyn took to Instagram and Twitter to share her first candid photo post the Vanity Fair shoot. In the picture we see the 65-year-old star posing arm-in-arm with her five female friends as they look into the mountains and the sky beside the swimming pool.
The star stood in the middle wearing a poncho styled top and skinny jeans. Leaving her brunette curls loose, Caitlyn is seen having fun. Although we did not see the face of the star and her girlfriends, this picture is beautiful.
Caitlyn wrote a beautiful message to caption this pic saying, "Learn from those who have walked the path before you. #TransIsBeautiful #LivingOurTruth #JustTheBeginning".
Since the transition, Jenner had been getting mixed response from fans and celebrities. Although Caitlyn got a lot of support from many, a few including Oscar winner, Clint Eastwood have joked on the gender transition.
While presenting an award at Spike TV's 2015 Guys' Choice awards recently, the four-time Oscar-winning actor/director was made a joke while introducing Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.
According to USA Today, Eastwood introduced Johnson by comparing him to other famous athletes, such as "Jim Brown and Caitlyn Somebody..." Spike TV Senior Vice President of Communications David Schwartz told USA Today that the network will remove Eastwood's comment in the version of the show that will air on June 18.