Caitlyn Jenner Talks Dating After Transition: 'I Just Have a Lot of Friends'
She was also joined by her big sister Pam during the interview with Diane Sawyer.
Caitlyn Jenner is opening up about her dating life in a new interview airing Friday night.
Sitting down with Diane Sawyer for 20/20, Jenner revealed she hasn't been out with anyone romantically since transitioning.
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“I don’t see dating in my future," she told Sawyer. "I have never been approached. I have never been out on a date."
A seemingly shocked Sawyer replied, "In two years?”
“I just have a lot of friends," Jenner said.
Still surprised, Sawyer interjected, saying: “That doesn't necessarily heal loneliness.”
But the former Olympian held firm, asserting that she puts family first.
“My life revolves around my kids," she said. "And they'll be in my life until the day I die."
During the interview, Jenner was joined by her older sister, Pam, who said she would like to see her famous sister with someone.
“I would love to see her have a companion someday,” Pam said. “No idea what gender that companion would be, actually.”
Caitlyn Jenner said she wanted the companion to be a “nice person,” to which her sister agreed.
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Jenner has been married three times. From 1972 to 1981 to Chrystie Jenner, the couple ended their marriage in divorce. In 1981, Jenner married singer Linda Thompson, and they divorced in 1986.
Her most famous marriage came in 1991 to Kris Jenner. They divorced in 2015, the same year Jenner announced she was transgender.
Jenner’s new book, The Secrets of My Life, hits bookstores on April 25.
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