Although she underwent her transition in 2015, Caitlyn Jenner said that her previous self, Bruce Jenner, wanted to add being buried in women's clothes after death in the will.
In an extensive interview given by the Keeping Up With The Kardashian star to Broadly on Tuesday, Jenner indulged in deep discussions about a variety of topics.
One of the topics revolved around death and the 68-year-old icon discussed Bruce's desire to be buried in women's clothing after he passed away.
Jenner revealed that she thought about that a lot when she identified as a male. She knew that it would be shocking for anyone who learned about Bruce's innate desires surrounding his death.
Despite knowing the resistance she would face by the society at that time, Jenner was determined to make it happen and was ready to put it in her will when she was recognized as Bruce.
Jenner was born in 1949 as Bruce and became a household name after making a mark as a decathlon star in the 1970s. Bruce won a gold medal at the 1976 Olympics.
Jenner always struggled with her identity and was out of the limelight for a very long time. She hopped back into the public eye in the 1990s as a public speaker and then again in 2007 when Keeping Up With The Kardashians began.
Jenner started her journey of transitioning to being a trans woman in 2015 in the public eye.
She has been an inspiration to the LGBTQ community as many trans people gain confidence by watching Jenner's journey, as reported by Page Six.
Jenner has raised awareness and helped raise funds for the trans communities across the nation with her Caitlyn Jenner Foundation. She has donated over $2 million to various foundations that work for the benefit of the trans community.
She received some backlash for supporting Trump in the 2016 election. Jenner is a registered Republican and believes that she can be a force for change in the Republican party.
In the interview with Broadly, Jenner mentioned that she no longer supported Trump. She wanted Trump to know that she was politically disappointed in Trump who, as she believes, has taken the community backward.