Kylie Jenner and her rumoured boyfriend Tyga were spotted together on Monday when Caitlyn Jenner (Bruce Jenner) revealed her new identity on the front cover of Vanity Fair.
This has raised a major question on whether the youngest daughter is still finding it difficult to accept the transition and was finding comfort in Tyga.
Kylie and Tyga were spotted together as they stopped by sister Kendall's house on the same day as Caitlyn's debut. It raised speculations about the teenager's frame of mind.
In one of the 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' episodes, the former Olympian had expressed his worry about Kylie distancing from him as she come to terms with his transition.
"She's kind of shut me out lately," Bruce explained to a therapist and motivational speaker Leigh Weintraub in Los Angeles, while speaking of his concerns for his 17-year-old daughter.
"I don't want her to go away, emotionally go away," he added.
On the other hand, Kylie didn't seem interested in bridging the gap with her father. "My sisters always try and make me talk about everything but I don't want to right now," Kylie said.
It became clear gradually that Bruce's gender transition decision was the reason why the reality star was distancing from her father. "People deal with things in different ways," she added.
But it looks like the girl has finally come around daddy's decision now.
Though the 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star remained silent on Twitter, she Instagrammed a shot of the magazine cover moments later, showing her support by writing, "My angel on earth! #caitlyn."
Kylie and Kendall find the name Caitlyn cute, reports Hollywood Life.
"Kendall and Kylie think the name is cute and are just so thrilled their father loved a name so much, since this will be the identity for the rest of her life," a source said.
"Everyone is going to wonder why she didn't spell it with a 'K,' but the name Caitlyn was a thing for Bruce before he even met Kris Jenner and the Kardashian family. She also thought spelling it with a 'K' would come off really cheesy," an insider added.
It's not just Kylie, the whole Kardashian-Jenner clan showed their support for Caitlyn.
Kim Kardashian tweeted: "Caitlyn Jenner for Vanity Fair. Annie Leibovitz! How beautiful! Be happy, be proud, live life YOUR way!"
Kendall wrote, "Now that's a cover. be free now pretty bird."
But Kylie Jenner's mom Kris Jenner is yet to comment on the magazine's cover.