Bruce Jenner will grace the cover of Vanity Fair for the upcoming July issue, marking his first print photoshoot and interview since he revealed that he is transitioning from male to female, ET can confirm.
As People first reported, legendary photographer Annie Leibovitz will shoot the cover.
In the pictorial, Jenner will be photographed as a woman, which the former Olympian has called “Her.”
During the two-part Keeping Up With the Kardashians: About Bruce special that aired on E! earlier this month and filmed earlier this year, the 65-year-old told stepdaughter Khloe Kardashian he was planning to fully transition “probably in the spring.”
Since Jenner’s well-received 20/20 sit-down with Diane Sawyer aired in April, his family, friends and stars like Lady Gaga, Laverne Cox and Ellen DeGeneres have been vocal about their support.
The timing for Jenner’s Vanity Fair cover couldn’t be more perfect. It will come just as E! readies its new docu-series documenting Jenner’s gender transition and its effect on those closest to him. The eight-part, one-hour series will debut July 26 at 9 p.m. on E!
Leibovitz, who most recently photographed the Star Wars: The Force Awakens cast for Vanity Fair, has snapped some of Hollywood’s biggest stars over the span of her decades-long career, including Michael Jackson, George Clooney and Queen Elizabeth II.
Editor's note: As Jenner has not yet said that a new name or pronouns should be used, ETonline will follow GLAAD's guidelines and continue to refer to him by his current name and male pronouns.