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25 November 2019 06:40

Caitlyn Jenner Vanity Fair cover

I'm A Celebrity's Caitlyn Jenner opened up about her transition journey during a candid chat with fellow camp mates Jacqueline Jossa and Nadine Coyle. The reality star, 70, first came out as a woman in 2015 and revealed her new image in a now iconic Vanity Fair cover page. And speaking to her new pals on Sunday's episode, Caitlyn confessed that the big reveal was a 'big FU' to the haters that had said 'terrible things' about her, adding that the cover had 'shocked them.' Honest: I'm A Celebrity's Caitlyn Jenner opened up about her transition journey during a candid chat with fellow camp mates Jacqueline Jossa and Nadine Coyle As the trio sat in the sunshine following Jacqueline's bushtucker trail, talk soon turned to Caitlyn's transition into a woman, with Caitlyn revealing her big Vanity Fair moment had a huge impact on social media. She said: 'Transitioning and trying to make an impact (on) social media is extraordinarily important. 'As soon as the cover of Vanity Fair broke, in the next 4 hours and one minute, it broke the world record for the fastest to 1 million followers on Twitter.' Reflecting on the day, Nadine said he remembered it and remembered where she was when the story broke, while Jacqueline added: 'It's a big thing.' Defiant: The reality star confessed that the big reveal was a 'big FU' to the haters that had said 'terrible things' about her, adding that the cover had 'shocked them' Caitlyn went on to say the cover was a big snap-back at those who criticised her in the past, she continued: 'For me this was a big FU to the millions and millions of people out there that had said terrible things about me.

The former EastEnders actress went on to praise Caitlyn for how she looked in the image, before later saying: 'I love the fact that she talks so openly and she feels like she can trust us and speak to us so openly and she puts everything into perspective as well. Chat: As the trio sat in the sunshine following Jacqueline's bushtucker trail, talk soon turned to Caitlyn's transition into a woman, with Caitlyn revealing her big Vanity Fair moment had a huge impact on social media Jacqueline then questioned Caitlyn over her surgery, with the former Keeping Up With The Kardashians star admitting that she once had breasts in the 80s after taking oestrogen, but had them removed when she met now ex-wife Kris Jenner. 'Over many many years I had a lot but then near the end it went pretty quickly because you can do your face and your chest all at the same time which they did,' she explained. Impact: 'As soon as the cover of Vanity Fair broke, in the next 4 hours and one minute, it broke the world record for the fastest to 1 million followers on Twitter' She continued: 'And then the second time round 25 years later I was back on oestrogen obviously and they came back some but not much. Throughout her time in the jungle, Caitlyn has been very open about her transition with her fellow celebrities.

On Thursday she told how her kids still call her 'dad' and her 20 grandchildren refer to her as 'Boom Boom' to avoid confusion over gender titles. The reality star - who was formerly known as Bruce Jenner before undergoing gender reassignment surgery - has a whopping 19 grandchildren, and has said that they call her 'Boom Boom' to avoid confusion when it comes to gendered titles. Strong message: 'For me this was a big FU to the millions and millions of people out there that had said terrible things about me' High praise: 'I love the fact that she talks so openly and she feels like she can trust us and speak to us so openly and she puts everything into perspective as well' Caitlyn has Burt, 41, and Cassandra, 38, with first wife Chrystie Jenner, sons Brandon, also 38, and Brody, 36, with second wife Linda Thompson, and daughters Kendall, 23, and Kylie, 22, with Kris. Caitlyn opened up about her Vanity Fair cover and transition (Picture: Rex) Caitlyn Jenner declared her now iconic Vanity Fair cover a big 'f*** you to haters' as she opened up about her transition on I'm a Celebrity. Talking to her gal pals Nadine Coyle and Jacqueline Jossa, Caitlyn spoke about the landmark moment for both her and the magazine, and said that she thought it was "extraordinarily important".

'For me, this was a big FU to the millions and millions of people out there that had said terrible things about me,' she said. Cheered on by the girls, Jacqueline later said in the bush telegraph: 'I love the fact that she talks so openly and she feels like she can trust us and speak to us so openly and she puts everything into perspective as well. Speaking about her transition further, Caitlyn elaborated further, including her previous attempts at transition in the 80s, which she stopped when she met and married Kris Jenner in 1991. 'Over many, many years I had a lot but then near the end it went pretty quickly because you can do your face and your chest all at the same time which they did,' she explained. 'The second time round 25 years later I was back on oestrogen obviously and they came back some but not much,' Caitlyn continued.

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MORE: I'm A Celebrity's Caitlyn Jenner gags on cow's eye in gruesome bushtucker trial Caitlyn Jenner has said that her Vanity Fair cover shoot was a four-letter rebuke to the people who were critical of her decision to transition gender. She said she had felt it was "extraordinarily important" that she tried to make an impact on social media after coming out as transgender. She said: "Transitioning and trying to make an impact (on) social media is extraordinarily important. "As soon as the cover of Vanity Fair broke, in the next four hours and one minute, it broke the world record for the fastest to one million followers on Twitter." Girls Aloud star Nadine Coyle, 34, said she remembered where she was on the day the cover was published. "It's a big thing," agreed EastEnders actress Jacqueline Jossa. Jenner added: "For me this was a big f*** you to the millions and millions of people out there that had said terrible things about me. She said: "Over many, many, years I had a lot (of surgery) but then near the end it went pretty quickly because you can do your face and your chest all at the same time which they did. "And then the second time round 25 years later I was back on oestrogen obviously and they came back – some but not much. Later, Jossa said of Jenner: "I love the fact that she talks so openly and she feels like she can trust us and speak to us so openly, and she puts everything into perspective as well." The latest episode of I'm A Celebrity saw Jossa and Ian Wright face a stomach-churning trial in which they had to clamber through tunnels filled with crickets, worms, toads and spiders. Caitlyn Jenner discussed how important it was for her to be cover girl on Vanity Fair, particularly to those who were critical of her decision to transition gender, on reality show I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here. "For me this was a big f*** you to the millions and millions of people out there that had said terrible things about me. The 70-year-old said she had felt it was "extraordinarily important" that she tried to make an impact on social media and the direct message to the "millions" who had said "terrible things" about her. She said: "As soon as the cover of Vanity Fair broke, in the next four hours and one minute, it broke the world record for the fastest to one million followers on Twitter." Discussing her transition with Jacqueline Jossa, the reality star said; "Over many, many, years I had a lot (of surgery) but then near the end it went pretty quickly because you can do your face and your chest all at the same time which they did. And then the second time round 25 years later I was back on oestrogen obviously and they came back - some but not much. So I really had to have them done so it is kind of past the point of no return." revealed Caitlyn. The latest episode also saw Jossa and Ian Wright face a stomach-churning trial in which they had to clamber through tunnels filled with crickets, worms, toads and spiders.