While there have been a number of landmark moments in Jenner’s
journey, one of the most important has been getting her name and gender legally
changed. While she subtly celebrated on
Instagram with a smiley photo of her Starbucks coffee, Jenner reveals that it
was an emotional day.
“Here we are -- honestly never knowing if this day would
ever come. In some ways, it’s a little sad,” Jenner says. “Bruce was a good
guy, did a lot of good things, raised a tremendous family and wonderful kids.
But I just couldn’t play that game any longer.”
Jenner even admits she became overwhelmed by the news. “I
actually cried a little bit about it,” she says. “I was on the golf course, off
playing by myself. It was very exciting, but such a head trip.”
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“I’m so terribly excited about the future,” Jenner added. “I
have so many things to do. I feel like I have a place in life.”
In addition to being named Newsmaker of the Year by Out, Glamour
also named Jenner one of its Women of the Year and will honor her during the
magazine’s annual celebration on Monday night.
It’s also shaping up to be a busy week in New York City for
the reality star as ET has also confirmed that she’ll be attending the Victoria’s
Secret Fashion Show, which will feature Kendall Jenner on the runway.