Caitlyn Jenner Visits Her World War II Veteran Father's Gravesite in a New Video
Caitlyn Jenner shared a video of herself and her partner Sophia Hutchins visiting her father William Jenner’s gravesite on social media. William was a war veteran who fought in World War II at Omaha Beach.
In the video, an emotional Jenner wiped her tears away as she looked at her father’s grave in Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia.
“Sophia and I at my father’s gravesite. An amazing patriot who fought on D-Day 75 years ago, and survived. I miss him every day and am forever grateful for his sacrifice. God bless all of our military,” the 69-year-old wrote.
In an episode of “Hollywood Medium”, Caitlyn's ex, Kris Jenner, wq that William Jenner was tree surgeon who had his own business as a tree surgeon.
Caitlyn has great respect for her deceased father which is evident by the way she often remembers him.
Recently, the TV star attended the 10th Annual “Big Fathers, Big Cause” with her 23-year-old transgender girlfriend. According to People, the foundation assists in research into diabetes.
The duo, who are frequently spotted together in events, was also present for the opening of Caitlyn’s daughter Kylie’s skincare line.
Caitlyn and Sophia donned matching pink outfits as they walked arm-in-arm. Caitlyn took to Instagram to upload a picture of herself alongside Kylie, Brandon Jenner, and Sophia.
The couple was warmly welcomed by the Kardashian family, who accepted Caitlyn Jenner for who she is when she first came out to them.
In honor of pride month, the former Olympian opened up to GIBLIB about the time she revealed her transition to her kids.
“I brought each one, I have 10 children, each one into my house one at a time, I didn’t want them to gang up on me,” she said. “I thought I’d do it one at a time.”
Her children were all accepting of her although she became estranged from her ex Kris and the Kardashian side of the family.