Caitlyn Jenner Prepared to Bare All for Sports Illustrated.Get Details of Her Initial Naked Picture

The former husband of Kris Jenner is going to appear on the cover of the magazine wearing ‘nothing but an American flag and her Olympic medal.’ Caitlyn Jenner is apparently no longer shy to present her physique, a lot more than a year following her gender transition. The retired Olympic gold medal-winning decathlete is reportedly set to pose naked for Sports Illustrated summer edition. According to Us Weekly.

the “I Am Cait ” star will grace the cover wearing “nothing at all but an American flag and her Olympic medal.” The image will commemorate the 40th anniversary of her win at the Montreal video games in 1976. It will be the very first time she poses with the medal given that coming out as a transgender in April final 12 months.

Jenner mentioned in August 2015 that while she referred to as the medal her “most-prized possession,” she stored it hidden in her makeup drawer because she did not want her kids “to come to feel like they had to have a gold medal in purchase to be considered a success.”

She additional in her blog submit, “I didn’t want them to continuously compare their very own achievements to my time in the Olympics, so I haven’t displayed my medal.” “I am very proud of this,” she explained of the medal in a video accompanying the site entry. “That was a great time in my life.

But to be honest with you, it truly is even a better time in my life correct now with what I am making an attempt to accomplish.” In other Caitlyn Jenner information, it has been reported that the father of Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner “is begging to get back on ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians ‘ ” as her own series is “in danger of becoming canceled due to poor ratings.”

A source tells In Touch, “Caitlyn recently had a meeting with Kris [Jenner] about returning complete-time.”

A rep for the reality Tv star has denied the story although, telling Gossip Cop that the report of Caitlyn begging to get back on “KUWTK” is “false.”