In September, the 66-year-old got her name and gender legally changed, which brought up some emotions regarding her former life as Bruce Jenner. "Sometimes I feel like I've thrown old Bruce out the door," she confesses to her friends. "Maybe he didn't deserve to be gone."
The second season of the show will also address the former Olympian's controversial views on gay marriage. "Every conservative guy out there believes in everybody's rights," Caitlyn tells her friends, who vehemently disagree with the statement. "Obama was against gay marriage. Hillary Clinton was against gay marriage."
"And they changed their minds," one of Caitlyn's friends chimes in.
Kendall and Kris Jenner as well as Kim Kardashian make appearances in this season, which will premiere in March. While Khloe Kardashian is not in the promo, she did speak with Howard Stern this week about learning of Caitlyn's decision to transition.
"We felt betrayed because more business people [knew]," Khloe said. "We felt so, like, what the f***? We've been asking you, and why do [business people] know? I never want someone to feel like they have a one-up on our family. We've never turned our backs on each, with all the cluster f**ks of sh** in our lives, so why would we now?”