Caitlyn Jenner, in her first time out since her Vanity Fair cover was unveiled, was seen out on a ride in a Mercedes in Los Angeles Monday.
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Caitlyn Jenner leaned over in the back of a Mercedes in her first public outing since her Vanity Fair cover was released this month.
The 65-year-old smiled, as cameras rolled for her upcoming E! documentary I Am Cait.
This past weekend, the inspirational reality star posed with other women who have transitioned in a post on her Instagram page.
Caitlyn, who was snapped by photographer Annie Leibovitz for the landmark magazine spread, wore dark sunglasses on the outing.
The beauty received a vote of confidence from Howard Stern on his show Monday, as the radio host said she's "definitely courageous" to emerge publicly as a woman.
Stern's co-host Robin Quivers also pledged her support for Caitlyn, reminding critics of the reality star, "You don't know what this person's trial has been."
Not all news was good for Caitlyn Monday, as RadarOnline.com reported that she was the target of a new lawsuit stemming from her deadly pileup on Malibu's Pacific Coast Highway this past February.
Caitlyn's driver seems to be taking a phone call while driving, a big no-no, according to California law.
With so many things going on, Caitlyn couldn't have been more correct than when she predicted in her interview with Diane Sawyer, "2015's going to be quite a ride."
In a preview for her upcoming E! documentary, Caitlyn said of herself post-transition: "I'm the new normal."