Caitlyn Jenner recently shared a picture of her standing outside her Malibu home with her left arm in a sling after having a surgical operation on her shoulder.
In the image posted by the Keeping Up With The Kardashians patriarch on Instagram, we see her posing outside her home with her pet dogs staying on either side of her in a protective stance. She captions the image,
"Recovering from shoulder surgery. This shoulder has been through a lot!"
Fans and wellwishers had heartwarming comments for Caitlyn Jenner. One person wrote this in the comment,
Another well-wisher said,
Another fan was warm towards her and took note of her dogs saying,
Caitlyn shares her home with rumored fiancée Sophia Hutchins, 22. The couple, who are both transgender, have been inseparable ever since they met a few years ago.
In an earlier sighting over the weekend, the reality star and her constant companion, Sophia Hutchins, were photographed as they headed out to their car after a casual lunch date at a popular restaurant in Malibu on Saturday.
Keeping with the casual vibe, Caitlyn color-coordinated in black sweatpants, a black and white tracksuit jacket, dark sunglasses and black sneakers. She was also wearing a black arm sling for added support on her left arm and completed the ensemble with a black leather purse.
However, even though both Caitlyn and Sophia Hutchins have been living together for months and are rumored to be engaged, Sophia recently said there was nothing romantic about her relationship with Caitlyn.
In an interview for podcast Hidden Truth With Jim Breslo, the blonde model said,
"I wouldn't describe it as a romantic relationship. I would describe our relationship as we're partners, um, you know we're business partners. I'm the executive director of her foundation. You know we have so much in common, we see the world so similarly, and we both are such a good match for each other because we challenge each other."
Caitlyn, a retired Olympic gold medalist, publicly came out as transgender in 2015. The former Olympian reveals that the memory of coming out to her family is still very fresh in her mind, almost like it was yesterday.
"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."
"We opened up this conversation with my kids," she added. "And it was great. They were all very accepting. And I moved on in my life."
The reality star is living her best life yet as she is devoted to creating awareness about mental health problems and giving support through her foundation.