Caitlyn Jenner is safe but "shaken" after her Malibu home was burned to the ground in the devastating California wildfires, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.
The transgender reality star, her gal pal Sophia Hutchins and their dog are "ok" but "obviously shaken up," a source close to the situation revealed.
Despite losing her beloved multi-million dollar home, the pair are said to be "so grateful" for the evacuation orders.
Luckily for Jenner, 69, she had fire insurance and is just "praying that everyone in her community made it out OK," the pal told Radar exclusively.
Jenner was keeping a positive outlook on the situation regardless of her devastating loss. "Cait believes material things can be replaced, and she will most likely donate money to help rebuild the community or start a GoFundMe because that’s type of giving woman that she is."
As Radar readers know, Jenner's home was apparently hit by the Woolsey fire and was reduced to ashes on Friday.
She's has lived in the home since 2015, and just last year, winds as high as 60 MPH tore the roof off the 3,500 square foot, 4-bedroom property.
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