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Caitlyn Jenner’s children stun at ESPYs

Published 16/07/2015

Kendall and Kylie Jenner
Kendall and Kylie Jenner

Caitlyn Jenner decided to skip the red carpet at the ESPY Awards on Wednesday, but her kids Brody, Kylie and Kendall Jenner stunned in the transgendered star’s absence.

The 65-year-old Olympic gold medallist, formerly known as Bruce Jenner, was expected to walk her first official red carpet at the Wednesday sporting awards ceremony since coming out as a transgender woman in June.

But Caitlyn was noticeably absent from the star-studded welcome mat, with her kids taking the spotlight instead.

Her model daughters Kendall, 19, and Kylie, 17, showed up to support their parent in stunning floor-length gowns. Kendall opted for a black number with sheer panelling while Kylie stole the show in a golden sequined dress designed by Balmain Paris. The gorgeous sisters both let their hair down for the event. The siblings’ makeup was fairly muted, as they opted for soft nude lipstick colours, light blush, a little eyeshadow and highly defined eyelashes that were lavished with lots with dark mascara.

Their older half-brother Brody Jenner also graced the red carpet with his girlfriend Kaitlynn Carter. The couple decided to keep their attire low-key, as they both donned all-black ensembles. Brody even opted to wear sneakers while his partner kept it classic in a short black dress and matching strappy high heels.

Caitlyn’s stepchildren Kim, Kourtney and Khloé followed her lead by avoiding the red carpet, choosing instead to attend the taping portion of the ceremony.

But eldest sibling Kourtney seemed to hint via social media the family wanted very few of their famous relatives to walk the ESPY Awards red carpet on Caitlyn’s big night.

“Sister Act 2 is what it’s all about. Deep sister thoughts on our way to the ESPYs (sic),” Kourtney wrote on her Twitter account before the show kicked off.

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