Caitlyn Jenner has shared an intimate snap with her Twitter followers, posing with the support group that is helping her through her transition.
In the photograph the star (65) poses poolside shoulder to shoulder with her friends, who have “walked the path” before her.
“Learn from those who have walked the path before you,” Caitlyn tweeted
The Keeping Up with The Kardashians star is in the middle of the group, dressed in skinny jeans and a loose patterned blouse, her curly locks resting on her shoulders.
Caitlyn is said to be hosting regular ‘girls nights’ with the group who have been supporting her for months. The star appeared on the cover of Vanity Fair two weeks ago, revealing her new life and name.
In the past the star has said women like Orange is the New Black’s Laverne Cox have been an inspiration to her.
Since joining Instagram and Twitter on June 1, Caitlyn has amassed 1.6m followers on Instagram and 2.45m on Twitter and now holds the record for the fastest growing Twitter account beating Barack Obama.
Caitlyn’s first public appearance as a woman will be on July 15 when she accepts an Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the ESPY Awards in Los Angeles.
The star’s transition will be documented in an upcoming eight part E! Network series I am Cait, due to air in the US on July 26.
It's rare in this day and age for a magazine cover to make jaws drop, but that's just what Vanity Fair's July issue did when it was released on Twitter on Monday. Shot by Annie Leibovitz, the woman behind many of the magazine's iconic covers, Caitlyn Jenner revealed her true face (and body, resplendent in an ivory corset) having lived as Bruce Jenner for the previous 65 years.