Bruce Jenner's rumoured new project revealed

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Bruce Jenner is set to appear as a women on the cover of Vanity Fair, according to People. The magazine reports that sources confirmed to them Bruce is planning to take part in his first photoshoot since announcing that he is transitioning to a woman and that the snaps will be in Vanity Fair in the coming months.

People states that Bruce "will appear as a woman in the Vanity Fair pictorial, to hit stands this summer."

Reports suggest that Bruce will appear as a woman on the cover of Vanity Fair



The magazine also claims that renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz, the woman behind Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's 2014 Vogue shoot, will take the photos of Bruce.

"Legendary photographer Annie Leibovitz will shoot the cover, an industry source says," People reports.

If the reports are true, the photoshoot will be the next step in Bruce's journey to make the news of his transition public.

Photographer Annie Leibovitz is rumoured to be taking the photos of Bruce



The former Olympic athlete officially announced that he is transgender in a tell-all interview with Diane Sawyer in April.

Bruce's nearest and dearest have expressed their joy that he seems to be going from strength to strength since the admission.

"I heard he's really happier than ever," Kim Kardashian's close friend Jonathan Cheban, who regularly appears on Keeping Up With The Kardashians told Us Weekly. "And just… the belle of the ball!"

Bruce has been "overwhelmed" by the support Kris Jenner has shown him



Bruce himself is said to have been encouraged by the amount of support he has received, not in the least from his ex-wife Kris Jenner.

Earlier this month a short clip from Keeping Up With The Kardashians: About Bruce showed the 65-year-old saying that the "love and acceptance" Kris has shown him has left him feeling "overwhelmed".

"You know, Kris is a really good woman and I love her to death," he revealed. "And the love and acceptance I have gotten from Kris is absolutely overwhelming."

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