The California governor hopeful experienced some spillage during a Starbucks run with her pups.
Caitlyn Jenner experienced a bit of a fumble during a Starbucks run in Los Angeles on June 23. The Olympic gold medalist, 71, nearly dropped her coffee and tea order while attempting to unlock the car door. Caitlyn’s iced tea order managed to spill over a bit in the cupholder but the hot coffees appeared to have been salvaged, seen in the PHOTO HERE.
During the outing, Caitlyn rocked a casual striped shirt and denim capri pants; the former Keeping Up With the Kardashians star also brought along her two dogs. The Starbucks run comes after Caitlyn announced her run for California governor in April. A lifelong Republican and former Donald Trump supporter, Caitlyn has been a vocal opponent of current Governor Gavin Newsom, who faces a potential 2021 recall election.
Caitlyn shared a Caitlyn For California press release on her respective social media accounts after she filed the paperwork on April 23. “Californians want better and need better from their politicians,” it read, in part. “This will be a campaign of solutions, providing a roadmap back to prosperity to turn this state around and finally clean up the damage Newsom has done to this state.”
While the Kardashian-Jenners are not involved in the campaign, Caitlyn revealed that her children were concerned for her safety after she informed them about the run. The former decathlete has six children, including Kendall and Kylie Jenner, that she shares with former wives. “My kids are not involved whatsoever with this,” Caitlyn told CNN‘s Dana Bash in a May 10 interview. “I love my kids, the kids love me, and I have a great relationship, but I told them right at the start, I said ‘guys’, because they were scared — one for my safety and scared of what the media is gonna do.”
“You know, my family has certainly been out in the media and they’ve taken their shots that they don’t need to take anymore,” Caitlyn continued. “I said, ‘I am not going to ask you for one tweet, I am not going to ask you for one thing. You guys go live your life. This is my deal. This is my decision to do this and I’m going to tell the media [to] stay away. Don’t ask them. I told them just [to say] ‘no comment.’”