After a tell-all interview with Diane Sawyer in April, Olympic champion Bruce Jenner has reemerged as transgender woman Caitlyn Jenner, on a high profile Vanity Fair cover. "Call me Caitlyn" is the only headline on the cover of the magazine, which will hit newsstands by June 9th. Jenner, once the patriarch of the Kardashian clan, has completed the transition into womanhood.

The cover was shoot by prestige photographer Annie Leibovitz in Jenner's Malibu mansion. It shows Caitlyn's new feminine traits, resulting from hormone treatments and surgeries (including facial surgery and breast implants), and portrays her in a very seductive manner - especially interesting considering she's now 65 years old.

"Bruce always had to tell a lie... Caitlyn Jenner doesn't have any secrets," she is quoted on Vanity Fair. Caitlyn has a new handle on Twitter (a dozen fake accounts followed suit, obviously) and a lot of people have been showing support, welcoming her into the world, telling her she's "hot" or commending her for her courage. Her name was actually the number one trending topic on Twitter for hours. Of course, there's also the occasional "repent and turn to God" tweet, but overall the reaction on social media has been very positive - which is encouraging, considering how sensitive the subject is and how much the Kardashian clan is under scrutiny, living on the spotlight with the show "Keeping up with the Kardashians."

All of them have been supportive, especially Kim and Kanye, as the last few episodes of the TV reality series have revealed.

Same is happening now, after the Vanity Fair cover has been shown. "Caitlyn Jenner for Vanity Fair, Annie Leibovitz! How beautiful! Be happy, be proud, live life YOUR way!," Kim Kardashian West tweeted Monday morning. Khloe Kardashian, who had a hard time when she learned what was happening a few months ago, had already shown support for the new Caitlyn, posting on her Instagram account "We were given this life because you were strong enough to live it! I couldn't be prouder!!!"

Daughter Kendall Jenner also tweeted the cover and then wrote "be free now pretty bird." Kylie Jenner and Kourtney Kardashian have yet to react.

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The Vanity Fair cover actually overshadowed Kim and Kanye's announcement that the reality TV star is pregnant with the couple's second baby.  

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