Caitlyn Jenner does not miss her old life

Caitlyn Jenner does not miss her old life

The 'I Am Cait' star, who was known as Bruce Jenner before undergoing a gender transition, has admitted there is no part of her previous life that she wishes she could have back.

When asked if she misses life as Bruce, she explained: "Absolutely, no. Because as a woman I can do all this fun stuff anyway.

"I can still play golf. I can still go race cars. There’s nothing better than to wake up in the morning and be able to be your authentic self."

And the 65-year-old former Olympian also admitted she has found it "overwhelming" with what she has learned over the last few months.

Speaking on an upcoming episode of The Ellen DeGeneres show, she added: "The things I’ve learned over the last few months [have] just been overwhelming. My experience is very different than anyone else’s."

Meanwhile, Caitlyn recently revealed she applied for membership at her golf club under the name 'Bruce Jenner' because she doesn't want to "worry about locker rooms".

She shared: "Let's just put 'Bruce' down and it's fine. 'Cause then I don't have to worry about locker rooms and all that c**p right now, which I don't want to worry about. I'll worry about the locker rooms later on down the line."

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