The days are not that far when we will see Bruce Jenner finally transition into a woman. Few days after reports came that Bruce allegedly underwent his sex change and is a woman now, buzz is that Bruce will grace Vanity Fair's magazine cover as a woman which hits the newsstands this summer.
Bruce had controlled his desire to live as a woman since childhood and after struggling to keep up with the societal demands, the former Olympic athlete is going to live the way he wanted to. The cross-dresser revealed during the Diane Sawyer's interview on 20/20 in April, that he is transitioning into a woman soon.
During the Keeping Up With The Kardashians: About Bruce special, Bruce told stepdaughter Khloe Kardashian, 30, that his transition would occur "probably in the spring," after she asked if we was "planning on not being Bruce any time soon?"
According to People, Bruce Jenner is going to grace the cover of Vanity Fair for the first time as a woman.
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That would be his first photo shoot as a woman. Legendary photographer Annie Leibovitz will shoot the cover, an industry source told People. Annie has shot many celebrities like Michael Jackson, George Clooney, Queen Elizabeth II, Johnny Depp and Lady Gaga to name a few in her more that 40 years of experience.
Last week reports claimed that the reality TV star underwent the surgery sometime back. Bruce Jenner finally underwent full gender reassignment "over three weeks ago," reported RadarOnline, and can legally be called a woman after his 8-hour surgery went successful.