Who hasn't heard of Caitlyn Jenner?
In the Kardashian-crazed world that we're currently living in, it's pretty impossible to not know who Caitlyn Jenner is. We've all heard about the drama that she has brought over the years.
Caitlyn, who was formerly known as Bruce, came out as a trans woman in April 2015 and completely took the world by storm. Since then, Jenner has been an advocate for the trans community and has done work for numerous LGBTQ+ charities.
Caitlyn Jenner is one of the most famous trans women in the world.With her frequent appearances on Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Jenner has been in the spotlight for years, and her transition into a woman in 2015 only made the spotlight that shone on her grow.
Jenner was born in 1949...But she was born as Bruce Jenner in New York. Caitlyn had a successful career as an athlete and became the American champion in the men's decathlon event in the 1974 Olympics. She went on to win many more medals over the years in the sport and very quickly became famous here in the States.
Jenner had 2 children with Kris Jenner...Caitlyn had been divorced twice when she met Kris Kardashian, as "Bruce," in 1991 and only 5 months later, they tied the knot. They had 2 children together, Kendall and Kylie Jenner, who are now models and businesswomen. Caitlyn also became a big part of the lives of Kris' other children, Kourtney, Kim, Khloe, and Rob Kardashian, who are now one of the wealthiest and most famous bunch in the world.
Keeping Up With The Kardashians boosted the family's fame...Caitlyn starred on the reality show as the then-dad who was living in a madhouse of argumentative and high maintenance women and it was the laid-back attitude of the famous face that gained the star popularity.
It was in 2015 when Caitlyn Jenner really debuted her fame...
via: ABC NewsIn a 20/20 interview with Dianne Sawyer in April 2015, Caitlyn openly came out as a transgender woman and discussed how she had dealt with gender dysphoria since youth. "For all intents and purposes, I'm a woman," she said finally, which truly marked her public transition into becoming a woman.