ELON Musk shared a photo of himself and four of his children meeting the Pope.
But the tech tycoon’s transgender daughter was particularly missing from the picture after saying she wants to sever all ties with her billionaire father.
Musk broke his nine-day silence on Twitter with the photo of himself, the Pope and four of his sons.
He captioned the photo, “Honoured to meet @Pontifex yesterday.”
Elon’s four teenagers Griffin, Kai, Damian and Sax are pictured, but not his 18-year-old transgender daughter Vivian.
The purpose and location of the meeting with the pope is not clear from the post.
This photo was taken days after a court on June 20 approved a name change for his transgender daughter.
Vivian filed the paperwork in California on April 18, three days after she turned 18.
One of the main reasons Vivian changes her name is due to the severing of family ties with Elon.
She said she changed her name because of “gender identity and the fact that I no longer live with my birth father or want to be related to him in any way,” TMZ reported.
According to TMZ, neither Elon nor Vivian have said anything publicly about their relationship or their transition that led to their name change.
Elon’s acceptance of his daughter is unknown to the public, but he has a confusing relationship with the LGBTQ community.
Back in December 2020, Elon tweeted that he supports the transgender community.
However, he added on Twitter, “All these pronouns are an aesthetic nightmare.”
He also tweeted “Pronouns suck” in July 2020.
Elon has eight children, but his firstborn unfortunately died at the age of 10 weeks. His children at the post were from his first marriage to Justine Wilson.
Vivian is also the child of Elon and Justine and goes by the surname Wilson.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/5689293/elon-musk-pope-photo-family-feud-vivian-wilson/ Elon Musk shares a picture with four of his children as the family meets the Pope – but the trans daughter is skipping the trip amid feud