Caitlyn Jenner just caused a stir with her Instagram post.
The reality star dropped her entry in the #10YearChallenge, the internet craze in which people share photos of themselves a decade ago and today. Although a lot of celebrities who have participated so far don’t look a whole lot different, Jenner certainly does, because she transitioned during that time, something that she revealed in a much-hyped April 2015 interview with ABC News’ Diane Sawyer.
Jenner’s side-by-side images featured Bruce as Keeping Up With the Kardashians fans will remember him and Caitlyn at a Culture Club show in L.A. in 2015. She looked lovely and, most of all, happy.
In the caption, she advised people to “be authentic to yourself.”
Fans quickly approved, although there were a few people saying they missed Bruce. Some comments were just hateful. But for the most part, people were delighted to see Caitlyn loving life.
“NOONE is topping this #10yearchallenge.”
“I can tell that you are being your authentic self. You look so happy as #caitlynjenner.”
“BEST 10 YEAR CHALLENGE IVE SEEN!!!”
“Best challenge ever is too be true to yourself. You win hands down.”
“Okay I’m dead. This for sure is the winner and best one I’ve seen so far!!”
“Happy you’re happy. That’s really all that matters right?”
One of Caitlyn’s stepdaughters, Kim Kardashian, confirmed Monday, when she and sisters Kourtney and Khloé Kardashian were guests on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen, that she and her sisters are moving past any drama they’ve gone through in the past.
“It’s like new year, drama free,” Kim said. “That’s, like, our motto this year.”
Something that should make Caitlyn even happier.
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