Caitlyn Jenner runs errands without a face mask as she steps out in LA in a polo shirt and miniskirt
Caitlyn Jenner runs errands without wearing a face mask as she steps out in LA in polo shirt and miniskirt
It is mandatory in California to wear a face mask in public institutions for three weeks.
But Caitlyn Jenner got out again on Sunday without one.
The 70-year-old trans-reality star was spotted picking up a big drink to go to LA without taking the precautionary measure to spread COVID-19 required by Governor Gavin Newsom.
Message: It is mandatory in California to wear a face mask in public institutions for three weeks to stop the spread of COVID-19. But Caitlyn Jenner got out without one on Sunday
Newsom has issued an injunction on June 18 to try to fight a wave of COVID-19 cases in California, including Los Angeles, and has threatened to implement a new home warrant if residents fail.
As of Sunday, there have been more than 130,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles County, which have led to 3,795 deaths – according to Johns Hopkins University.
Caitlyn was dressed for the blazing Sunday heat in a polo shirt and miniskirt, along with white sneakers.
She let go of her long hair and styled from her forehead and with sunglasses on.
She was carrying a large black leather bag with a shoulder strap in one hand and her drink in the other as she crossed the strip store parking lot.
Drink recording: Caitlyn, 70, was dressed in a polo shirt and miniskirt, along with white sneakers. She let go of her long hair and styled from her forehead and with sunglasses on
Last month, the former Olympic decathlon marked the fifth anniversary of her male-to-female transition with an interview for People.
“I have no regrets,” she told the publication.
However, Keeping Up With The Kardashian ex-husband mom Kris Jenner acknowledged that her very noticeable sex change hadn’t quite had the impact she expected.
“I think I would have worn pink glasses. I thought I could change the world. Now I know I can only change people, “she explained.
Transster: Last month, the former Olympic Decathlon marked the fifth anniversary of her male-to-female transition. “I’m not sorry,” she told People