Lookin’ good, Caitlyn Jenner! A new photo of the former Olympian has surfaced, in which she poses with her plastic surgeon and thanks him for the role he played in her incredible transformation.
Caitlyn Jenner, 65, isn’t hiding anymore! Although she’s still mostly avoiding paparazzi cameras, Caitlyn posed for a sweet Instagram shot with one of the plastic surgeons who helped with her facial feminization and breast augmentation surgeries in March. And she’s looking fabulous!
In the picture, Cailtyn sits next to Dr. Harrison H. Lee, as they both proudly hold up a photo of her Vanity Fair cover. The magazine was a special gift from Caitlyn to her surgeon, and includes the handwritten message, “To Harrison, Great Job. Thank you so much, Caitlyn Jenner,” written on the cover.
The 65-year-old shows off her new look for the shot, wearing tight blue jeans and a loose-fitting white shirt. And, now that she’s debuted her transformation, she’s not hiding the bold red nail polish, either! Caitlyn also flaunts a face of fresh makeup, including a light red lip. So chic!
As revealed in the Vanity Fair article, Caitlyn’s surgery in March was incredibly extensive, and took a total of 10 hours. And although Bruce Jenner had been struggling with gender identity for 65 years, Caitlyn actually had a massive panic attack once the transformation was complete. But it definitely seems like she’s lost all anxiety over it now!
Besides just proudly revealing her new look, Caitlyn is also now taking major steps to help other transgendered people. In fact, as HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY reported, she made a surprise appearance at the LGBT Youth Center in Hollywood on June 9 to speak with a group of young people battling transgender issues.
“Caitlyn didn’t want anyone to know she was coming,” an insider told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “She wanted to surprise the small group of people that will be here listening to her story in hopes to inspire them and help them live their truth. This has been a lifelong crusade of Caitlyn’s.”
It’s so amazing to see Caitlyn using her story to help others, just as she’s admitted to have gotten help from other transgender women before her. We can’t wait to see it all unfold in E!’s upcoming docuseries, I Am Cait, which will air in eight parts starting in July.
HollywoodLifers, tell us: What do you think of Caitlyn’s look?
— Alyssa Norwin