Caitlyn Jenner and daughter Kendall meet for Sunday lunch in Malibu

She's managed to maintain a strong relationship with her daughters following her divorce from Kris Jenner and her gender transition.

And on Sunday, Caitlyn Jenner met up with Kendall Jenner for lunch in Malibu. 

The 70-year-old's outing with the 24-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star came days after she said she wouldn't be talking politics anymore after getting 'very fed up,' according to The Reporter.

Bonding: Caitlyn Jenner, 70, took the opportunity for some family bonding on Sunday as she stepped out in Malibu for lunch with her daughter Kendall Jenner, 24

Bonding: Caitlyn Jenner, 70, took the opportunity for some family bonding on Sunday as she stepped out in Malibu for lunch with her daughter Kendall Jenner, 24

Caitlyn looked classy in a fuzzy white sweater and dark jeans, which she covered up with a white down jacket and carried along a black leather handbag.

Kendall was also trying to stay warm, though she rocked an edgier ensemble featuring an olive green sweater with yellow beaded elbow pads. 

The 5ft10in wore her raven tresses down in gentle waves, and she completed her look with black slacks and a pair of comfortable black shoes.

Bundled up: Caitlyn looked classy in a fuzzy white sweater and dark jeans, which she covered up with a white down jacket and carried along a black leather handbag

Bundled up: Caitlyn looked classy in a fuzzy white sweater and dark jeans, which she covered up with a white down jacket and carried along a black leather handbag

Chic: Kendall was also trying to stay warm, though she rocked an edgier ensemble featuring an olive green sweater with yellow beaded elbow pads

Chic: Kendall was also trying to stay warm, though she rocked an edgier ensemble featuring an olive green sweater with yellow beaded elbow pads

Caitlyn's outing came shortly after she was quoted in The Reporter about her disillusionment with politics.

The longtime Republican has reversed her position on President Donald , whom she previously supported in the 2016 election and said she voted for. 

But in a Washington Post op-ed from October 2018, Caitlyn pulled back her support.

Though she initially hoped the Republican president would help make the party more inclusive toward LGBTQ people, moved to effectively ban transgender people from serving in the military.

Shortly before her op-ed was published, the administration also began considering

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