Caitlyn Jenner is a record-breaker once more - and daughter Kylie Jenner couldn't be prouder of her dad!

Caitlyn Jenner has given her children plenty to be proud about – and her latest achievement is no exception.

Daughter Kylie Jenner shared a sweet shot on SnapChat earlier today after dad Caitlyn was awarded with her latest award.

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The picture shows a certificate from Guinness World Records declaring Caitlyn the holder of the record for the fastest time taken to reach one million followers on Twitter.

The framed paperwork shows that Cait reached the landmark number of followers in just four hours and and three minutes.

The reality TV star announced her new Twitter account @Caitlyn_Jenner on 1 June, the same day that the landmark Vanity Fair issue detailing her transition from male to female hit newsstands.

And proud Kylie is clearly over the moon about her dad’s award, captioning the shot: ‘Always setting records.’

Caitlyn’s previous record setting achievements include setting – and subsequently smashing – the men’s decathlon points world record in the 1970s, back when she was known as Bruce Jenner.

More recently, she’s won world-wide praise for shining a very bright light on the challenges and issues faced by the transgender community.

In the wake of her ‘coming out’, Caitlyn was also given the Courage Award at sports ceremony the ESPY Awards, with her emotional and moving acceptance speech prompting praise across social media.

The 65-year-old former Olympian received a standing ovation whilst making her way to the stage and revealed how her journey over the past few months had been ‘eye-opening, inspiring and also frightening’ during a powerful 10-minute speech.

‘I’m clear with my responsibility going forward,’ Caitlyn told the star-studded audience.

‘To tell my story the right way for me, to keep learning, to do whatever I can to reshape the landscape of how trans issues are viewed, of how trans people are treated, and more broadly to promote a very simple idea: accepting people for who they are.’

Her words brought Kylie and her sister Kendall to tears that night – but today we’re reckon she’s got a massive smile on her face.

Stephanie Wood