Caitlyn Jenner Steps Out for Lunch With Pal Candis Cayne

30 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

‘I Am Cait’: Powerful and practical.

The glamorous pair – who have forged a close friendship over the last few months – were spotted leaving gastropub The Churchill in West Hollywood on Tuesday. The Daily Mail reports that the 59-year-old reality star spent two hours with her ex-husband, though a source told Hollywood Life that she is not yet ready to have their meeting to be televised.PAWTUCKET, R.I. — “Have you found Jesus?” That’s what employees at a Rhode Island soup kitchen are asking after a religious statue disappeared from the kitchen’s garden. Caitlyn, 65, looked stylish in a polka dot shirt and smart black trousers as she left the eatery, that specializes in hearty meals such as burgers, wood-fired pizzas and pork meatballs. Despite that, it is rumored that their relationship with be addressed heavily on this summer’s I Am Cait, an eight-part docuseries surrounding Caitlyn’s transition into a woman.

Pawtucket Soup Kitchen Director Adrienne Marchetti says on Wednesday that she last saw the statue, which depicts Joseph carrying the baby Jesus, on July 20. However, an on-looker tells PEOPLE that the duo kept their lunch choices somewhat lighter: “They split an appetizer of avocado toast and both got chicken salad wraps with a side of french fries and they drank ice tea.” The on-looker adds: “Caitlyn was really friendly and came over to talk to the table of people next to them. It’s 4:32 in the morning, and she can’t help but lament the tragic, preventable transgender deaths before her time, before her voice, her message and her story.

The site goes on to say that the meeting took place in order for the two of them to settle some longstanding issues that remained between them, ever since Caitlyn’s interview with Diane Sawyer aired this past April. Last month, Kris told Extra at DailyMail’s Seriously Popular Party in Cannes, “I think that someone following their dream is truly inspirational to a lot of people. For the first time onscreen — off the pages of Vanity Fair and off the record — we met Caitlyn Jenner, or her self-dubbed epithet, “the new normal”.

Sex tapes were leaked, earrings were lost in the ocean, Rob dated an ex-Cheetah Girl, Scott Disick became The Lord and marriages were annulled after less than three months. Yet at its core, throughout life’s peaks and troughs, family came first for the clan; a family complete with Bruce Jenner, father figure for the children of Kris Jenner and the late Robert Kardashian, and the biological father of his daughters with Kris, Kendall and Kylie Jenner. You have to do what makes you happy.” And although Kris was not in the audience during the 2015 ESPY Awards, where Caitlyn received the Arthur Ashe Courage Award and delivered a truly moving speech, she had only complimentary things to say about Caitlyn. He spent what’s recognized as the better part of one’s life with an internal pull, a wavering sense of self — a wrongly ascribed gender identity. I think she looked beautiful.” Caitlyn has also spoken out about how supportive Kris has been to her, saying (via E!), “You know, Kris is a really good woman and I love her to death.

After 65 years, a gold medal, three marriages and six children, Bruce bid adieu to his falsified lifestyle, and Caitlyn earnestly, determinedly emerged as the woman she always knew she was. Like most significant social advancements as they come into fruition, the fight for transgender equality is marked by a horrifying excess of devastating casualties, with few, albeit triumphant, heroes.

Although Caitlyn is finally victorious after a lifetime of internal battles, much of the transgender population doesn’t have the financial means to undergo the bodily reconstruction necessary to signal their transformation in an appearance-obsessed society. In the premiere’s opening, intimate moments, she states “we don’t want people dying over this, we don’t want people murdered over this stuff, God, what a responsibility I have”, recognizing her celebrity as crucial to halting unwarranted hate.

For the remaining 40 minutes, we’re privy to Cait’s habitual woes — ducking in the backseat to avoid the invasive paparazzi, the mourning of countless transgender youths, along with the nerves accompanying her introductions to family and friends who knew her as Bruce. Aside from the obvious reasons, it’s touching, yet relatable to all — it is clear that no matter how old we may be, we’re still intrinsically children; mom’s approval matters. ‘I Am Cait’ strays from the dramatics so often inextricable from reality TV. The realistic, nurturing approach once reserved to resolving trivial matters within the Kardashian household was so essential to Bruce Jenner’s stoic, yet playful presence on the series.

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