Bruce Jenner has officially introduced the world to Caitlyn Jenner. The former Olympic runner and reality show personality has revealed her new name on Vanity Fair’s July cover following an emotional interview with Diane Sawyer last month where she came out as transgender.

Annie Leibovitz photographed Jenner at the cover star’s Malibu home for her debut as a woman. Jenner spoke with the magazine’s contributing editor Buzz Bissinger about her transition and new life as Caitlyn. “If I was lying on my death bed and I had kept this secret and never did anything about it, I would be lying there saying, ‘You just blew your entire life,'” she revealed to Bissinger in the story.

Vanity Fair posted a preview of Bissinger’s story, for which the writer spent “hundreds of hours” with Caitlyn. Jenner reveals her progress in transitioning, having undergone a 10-hour facial-feminization surgery in March. Bissinger also spoke with Jenner’s four children from her first two marriages who detailed Jenner’s absenteeism from their youth. “I have high hopes that Caitlyn is a better person than Bruce,” eldest son Burt Jenner stated. “I’m very much looking forward to that.”

In an additional behind-the-scenes clip of Jenner’s cover shoot, she speaks candidly about her successes as Bruce and future as Caitlyn. “Caitlyn doesn’t have any secrets,” she narrates over the clip. “As soon as the Vanity Fair cover comes out, I’m free.”
Complex