Caitlyn Jenner Takes A Break From Her California Governor Campaign To Get Coffee To Go In Malibu
She announced in April that she is running as Republican for California governor in the upcoming recall election targeting incumbent Democrat Gavin Newsom.
But Caitlyn Jenner clearly still has plenty of time off the campaign trail to enjoy her daily run to Starbucks in Malibu.
The transgender reality star, 71, again picked up coffee to go at her favorite cafe on Tuesday.
Joe to go: Caitlyn Jenner stopped by her favorite Starbucks in Malibu on Tuesday for her regular caffeine fix, wearing a white top and white skinny jeans with a brown belt and gold buckle
Caitlyn was dressed in a white top and white skinny jeans for her outing.
She added a dusty pink wrap cardigan and a pair of beige heels, along with a brown belt with gold buckle.
Her hair was loose and she was wearing sunglasses and diamond earrings.
Outing: The transgender reality star, 71, added a dusty pink wraparound vest and a pair of beige heels. Her hair was loose and she was wearing sunglasses and diamond earrings
The former husband of Kardashians Momager Kris Jenner and father of reality stars Kendall and Kylie Jenner announced her political campaign on Twitter.
She faces stiff competition from the Republican party.
San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer, businessman John Cox and former Representative Doug Ose have all thrown in their hats, and all three fared better than the I Am Cait TV star in a recent survey of California voters from the UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies and the Los Angeles Times.
Faulconer and Cox received support from 22 percent of those surveyed, Ose received 14 percent and Caitlyn received six percent.
political ambitions; The former husband of Kardashians Momager Kris Jenner and father of Kendall and Kylie Jenner announced in April that she is running as Republican for California governor in a recall election
Meanwhile, the one-time Olympian recently shared with LA Fox affiliate KTTV that: it was easier to get out if transgender to her family than it was for her to declare that she is a Republican.
Elex Michaelson, host of ‘The Issue Is’, asked if her stepdaughter Kim Kardashian would advise her on criminal justice reform.
Caitlyn laughed and replied, “One thing, and I’ve talked to my whole family about running for governor and to be honest, it was easier to come out as a transgender than a Republican nominee for governor, it was a much more difficult to sell.’
Meanwhile, the one-time Olympian recently shared with LA Fox affiliate KTTV that it was easier to come out as transgender to her family than it is for her to declare she’s a Republican.