Prior to making her debut on the cover of Vanity Fair, Caitlyn Jenner felt like a prisoner in her own home. Unable to leave her Malibu, Calif., house because of the paparazzi, Caitlyn reveals in a new, behind-the-scenes documentary from that photo shoot that hiding her identity has been hard.
"I haven't really left," she admits.
But as soon as the cover was released, she was able to live her life freely.
"Now to be honest with you I really don't care [about the paparazzi]," she says. "Every day is a new adventure."
Since making her official public debut, Caitlyn explains that she has pretty much done away with all of her old clothes, even though at one point her closet was split half-and-half with men and women's clothes. Telling the cameras, "The boys stuff is gone," Caitlyn gushes about how wonderful it has been to be living her true authentic self.