Caitlyn Jenner shares an emotional snap with her late dad as she spends time with him at his grave
It seems Caitlyn Jenner can’t be bothered about her ex-stepdaughter giving birth because she appears to have someone else on her mind—her father.
Caitlyn shared a snap over the weekend at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia where her father was buried. She posted a photo of herself next to her father’s grave. Pop Culture has more deets on this.
The television personality wore a white coat over a black dress and was pictured placing her hand over her father’s name. She penned the photo with:
“Spent some time with my father William H Jenner at Arlington.”
As she was on the East Coast, she took the chance to spend time with a number of transgender people who have served in the armed forces. She also posted the meeting on her Instagram last week and said:
“So honored to spend time with a few of the many trans members of our military!”
In the meantime, her ex-stepdaughter gave birth to her baby girl with boyfriend Tristan Thompson, whom they named True. It is the couple’s first child together. In a report from The Blast, Caitlyn “will not be traveling to Ohio to visit Khloe and the new bay and has no plans to do so.”
Hollywood Life also reported a similar sentiment and their source disclosed that Caitlyn has no intentions of seeing or congratulating Khloe as their relationship has been cut years ago. The source said:
“Caitlyn doesn’t want to pretend that she has a relationship with Khloe. She hasn’t talked to Khloe in a very long time and that is going to continue even after the drama Khloe is dealing with and having had her daughter…If Khloe wants Caitlyn in her life, she can reach out—it’s not going to be the other way around.”
Caitlyn has alleged that the Kardashians were not supportive of her 2015 gender transition in her memoir, Secrets of My Life.
In an interview with Piers Morgan, she said she hasn’t talked to them anymore except for her biological kids, Kendall and Kylie.
“I don’t talk about that side of the family, I spent 23 years of my life with those kids it’s difficult to talk about it, terribly terribly sad. I’ve lost all relationship with them, yes.”