Bruce Jenner has landed a feature spread in an upcoming issue of Vanity Fair, according sources who spoke to People Magazine. Jenner has appeared on plenty of magazine covers in the past, but this will be the former Olympian's first cover and photo shoot since he announced that he is transitioning to become a woman.
According to People, the cover will be shot by photographer Annie Leibovitz, who has previously shot Miley Cyrus, Kanye West, Katy Perry, and the cast of the new Star Wars, among many others.
Jenner had said that his transition would happen "probably in the spring"—this came after Khloe Kardashian asked him "Are you planning on not being Bruce any time soon?" on his recent special, Keeping Up with the Kardashians: About Bruce.
We don't know any details at this time about how the shoot will be styled, or if Jenner will use this as an opportunity to reveal his female identity, who he calls "Her." It's not even clear how far along Jenner will be in his transition. But based on the reception he has gotten since his Diane Sawyer interview, it will probably be a hugely popular issue.
The issue will be in stands this summer.