It was a lonely Easter Sunday for Bruce Jenner, who spent the holiday apart from his famous family, and instead opted for a solo hike in Malibu. But what really has everyone talking is the 65-year-old’s questionable ensemble…and another style decision that has him looking more feminine than ever!
While practically all of the Kardashian family gathered for an Easter Sunday church service on April 5, Bruce Jenner, 65, spent the day alone, hiking in Malibu — and from the looks of these new photos, things are continuing as planned with his transition into a woman!
[PICS] Bruce Jenner Wears Nail Polish On Easter Hike
During his outing, Bruce looked more feminine than ever, even sporting red nail polish on his fingers. The former Olympian generally has nicely manicured hands, but this is the first time in months that we’ve seen him rocking such a bright and bold color.
And despite the hot temperatures in California over the weekend, Bruce was noticeably covered up in a sweatshirt, which he zipped all the way up to his neck and topped off with the hood pulled up. The ensemble choice is especially interesting since it’s rumored that Bruce got breast implants just last month, and he does appear to be covering things up on his upper body.
“He went with a smaller implant because he didn’t want to look ridiculous,” Radar Online reported, adding that Bruce has also begun wearing a bra 24/7. “Recovery hasn’t been that difficult, but Bruce has had to sleep in a recliner to help with the healing.”
After months of speculation about what’s actually going on with Bruce’s transition, he’s finally ready to come clean and tell all. It was confirmed on April 6 that the Kardashian patriarch will sit down for a one-on-one interview with Diane Sawyer that will air during a special episode of 20/20 on April 24.
The interview is a 2-hour long event, beginning at 9pm on ABC. This will be his first sit down since rumors started swirling about his gender transition.
HollywoodLifers, will you be watching his tell-all on April 24?
— Alyssa Norwin