Caitlyn Jenner reunited with the Kardashians to celebrate her birthday – Cosmopolitan UK

It’s safe to say that relations between Caitlyn Jenner and her stepdaughter Khloe Kardashian haven’t always appeared to be plain-sailing in recent years – what with the supposed five-year-long feud between them and Khloe’s notable absence from Caitlyn’s 70th birthday party last year.

However, it seems the pair are back on track now, with Khloe joining her sisters in celebrating Caitlyn’s 71st birthday together this year.

Caitlyn confirmed the reunion on Instagram, posting a picture alongside Khloe, Kendall, Kylie, Kim, Kourtney and Sophia Hutchins in celebration of her big day.

Caitlyn added the caption, “Feeling very very blessed on my 71st birthday! Love you all so much!” as the group smiled sitting around a dinner table. Khloe can be seen cuddled up right next to Caitlyn in the pic, leading fans to believe that pair have officially made up.

Khloe also commented on the post, writing, “We love you,” so it definitely seems like these two are on good terms again.

We’re glad to see the Kardashian-Jenner gang back together! (Minus Kris and Rob, of course).

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As well as enjoying seeing the Kardashians hanging out with Caitlyn, fans were also happy to see Kylie Jenner in attendance, after she was spotted to be missing from Kim’s 40th birthday celebrations earlier this week. Missing a party on a private island? Gutted.

It’s thought that the youngest Kardashian-Jenner was in Houston visiting Travis Scott with Stormi at the time of the party. However, Kylie was also missing from Kim’s birthday Instagram post last week, thought to be at her ranch in Wyoming, and she was also absent during Kim’s 40th birthday episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

We’re glad Kylie’s back with the fam too!

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