Caitlyn Jenner to spill secrets in new memoir29th Nov 16 | Entertainment News
Caitlyn Jenner will share some of her deepest secrets in her new memoir.
The reality TV star and Olympian teased her upcoming memoir on Monday (28Nov16), taking to Twitter to reveal the book's official title, The Secrets of My Life, and the release date - 25 April, 2017.
"Excited to share this with you all :)," she tweeted.
Caitlyn released a statement in January (16), announcing that she was going to start penning the story of her life, which will chronicle her "journey from Bruce to Caitlyn, and her brave transition into womanhood."
According to the statement, the 67-year-old teamed up with Pulitzer Prize-winning author Buzz Bissinger to write the story, who famously wrote her famous Vanity Fair profile in June last year (15).
Caitlyn explained that she and Buzz were going to work hard to make sure her story was "told with a lot of honesty and care."
The Secrets of My Life will detail Caitlyn's childhood as Bruce Jenner, his days as an Olympic champion in the 1970s, his three marriages and her transition.
The television personality, who has six biological children, has kept extremely busy since revealing that she was transitioning in April last year (15). The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star documented her journey for E! docuseries, I Am Cait. She also partnered with MAC on a lipstick for the label's AIDS Fund and spoke out about her experience at various events around the U.S.
Recently, Caitlyn also opened up about the moment she realised her youngest daughters, Kendall and Kylie Jenner, knew things "were going to be OK" after she came out as transgender during a 20/20 interview with Diane Sawyer.
"(Supporters) were all just going crazy on social media," she recounted to Entertainment Tonight, referring to the multitude of celebrities who took to Twitter to share their support after the interview.
"I think at that point it made my two little girls, who obviously live in that world - I think it made them feel really good," she continued. "Like, 'You know what? It's going to be OK. People still love my daddy.'"
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