Caitlyn Jenner
Caitlyn Jenner, photographed at the 2015 ESPY Awards on July 15, 2015, will launch her docuseries "I Am Cait" this Sunday on E!. Getty Images

We knew Caitlyn Jenner’s docuseries, “I Am Cait,” was going to be filled with some spectacular moments, but we had no idea they’d be this good. With the show’s premiere just days away, many have been fortunate to get a sneak preview of the series, which centers on Caitlyn’s new life as a woman. The show is said to include a lot of firsts, like her first descent into society as a woman, her first shopping trip, and her first introductions to some very important people in her life.

According to People magazine E! was able to capture the very moment Caitlyn introduced herself to youngest daughter, Kylie Jenner. The 17-year-old first saw her father as Caitlyn over FaceTime after a visit to the dentist. In the clip Caitlyn expresses her fear of scaring her daughter, which Kylie was quick to shut down. The teen assured her father she wasn’t afraid and complimented her on her looks. Later that day, she paid Caitlyn a visit at her Malibu home. She was joined by her grandmother, Esther, and Caitlyn’s two sisters. The publication reports Kylie will be shown running into her dad’s arms before giving her a very special gift.

Kylie is said to have gifted Caitlyn teal extensions from her hair line which match the ones she is often shown wearing. She then spent the afternoon helping Caitlyn, whom she still calls “daddy,” put them in her hair. People reports Caitlyn joked with Kylie about how much “more fun” it was to do girly activities, like fixing each others hair, than “sitting around talking about sports.”

The youngest of the Jenner sisters shared a still image, presumable from the scene, on her Instagram page. She included no caption, just two stills cropped on top of one another showing her and Caitlyn locked in a warm embrace. The teal extensions can be seen peeking out from over Caitlyn’s shoulder.

From the earliest days of her transition Caitlyn has spoken openly about her fear of hurting her children by coming out as transgender. During her interview with Diane Sawyer in April the former Olympian, who was still going by Bruce at the time, admitted that telling her 10 children about her transition was the hardest part. At the time, the 65-year-old said she tried to keep it as simple as possible, explaining that when God made Bruce he said, “Let’s give him the soul of a female. Let’s see how he deals with that.” Fortunately Caitlyn’s children have been very understanding of her journey.

"I Am Cait" is slated to premiere July 26 at 8 p.m. EDT on E!. Check out the latest preview for the show below.