Caitlyn Jenner Reveals Her Interest In Dating Men In ‘I Am Cait’ Sneak Peek
Caitlyn Jenner, who hasn’t publicly dated anyone since splitting from Kris Jenner, seems to be more interested in men going forward.
Caitlyn Jenner On Dating
In a conversation with close pal Chandi Moore featured in the I Am Cait season 2 trailer, Jenner, 66, tells her, “I don’t see myself dating women in the future,” adding, “I’ve been there. Done that. I’ve got three ex-wives.”
Jenner further opened up about her future dating life to her hairstylist Courtney Nanson in a sneak peek for the premiere of I Am Cait‘s second season.
“To be honest, if I was in a relationship with a guy, I would enjoy being treated like that. Opening doors for you, doing all what you would think is the traditional stuff in a guy and a girl relationship,” Jenner told Nanson. “It would have to be a very special guy to be able to do that, but yeah, I would be open to that.”
Jenner, in an interview with Today, admitted that she was cognizant of the interest there is in her choice of a partner.
“I know people are always interested in that,” Jenner said. “I get that. For me, it is probably less of an issue than it is for everybody else. Right now, I am just so busy kind of doing what I’m doing, but it would be nice to kind of share your life with somebody.”
Kris Jenner, who was married to Caitlyn – formerly known as Bruce Jenner – from 1991 to 2015, says that Caitlyn’s dating preferences for the future is “confusing for sure” for her.
“That part I don’t understand,” Kris told Ellen DeGeneres on her daytime talk show. “I said to her when this first happened, ‘You are so excited. You have to wait for the rest of us to catch up, like we haven’t had as many drinks as you.’ Like, when you are at a party and every else is smashed and you are, like, just getting started.”
Despite her confusion, Kris Jenner said that the most important thing is for Caitlyn to be happy.
“I think that I really want her to be happy and be really comfortable in all the things where she says she wasn’t her true authentic self for most of her life,” she said. “[Caitlyn] knew when she was 4 that she felt like that. So you don’t want somebody to be miserable or in pain or anything of that.”
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