The Jenners have been in a celebratory mood all week. After all, there's so much to look forward to, even if you forget for a second that Caitlyn Jenner's show, "I am Cait", will premiere on Sunday, 26 July.
The baby Jenners, Kylie and Kendall, have graduated from High School. Finally. Reports suggested earlier that the young stars have not been attending school. While the Jenner sisters reveled in a party thrown by their mom Kristen Jenner and hosted by Ryan Seacrest, the executive producer of "Keeping up with the Kardashians", Caitlyn Jenner's absence could not be missed.
The numerous pictures and videos that floated on Instagram and Snapchat have missed to capture Caitlyn. However, the other Kardashian sisters, Kim and Khloe, joined in to celebrate with their baby sisters. The Jenners and the Kardashians brood was once described as "the modern day Brady Bunch" by Kim Kardashian on the show "Keeping up with the Kardashians". Nevertheless, the Kardashian and Jenner sisters were also absent from Cait's transgender naming ceremony.
Dailymail reported that the glamourous Olympian took part in a religious naming ceremony earlier that day. The ceremony has become increasingly popular with the transgender community.
The ritual, which took place by the swimming pool in Caitlyn's Malibu home, was officiated by a minister and attended by her close friends, including Boy George. It was an all white affair and Cait wore a "short white dress with cut off sections at the arms," according to Daily Mail.
However, the ceremony concluded much before Kylie and Kendall's graduation party.