Caitlyn Jenner arrives in Australia for Celeb this week – but she does not want to talk about anything Down Under.

Caitlyn – formerly Olympic gold medalist Bruce Jenner – had gender reassignment surgery in 2017.

But she says: "It's not something I talk about. Yes, I had gender confirmation and that was important. For many people is not important to them. But for me it was. Femininity and womanhood is in your brain and in your soul. That is the issue.

"It is not what is between your legs. So yes, I had it done. But that's all out of respect for me, my privacy but respect for the community. It's really not something you're talking about. "



Caitlyn Jenner talks about gender reassignment on I'm A Celeb 'out of respect'

Caitlyn, 70, wants to earn £ 500,000 – one of the show's biggest ever fees. Her campmates include Girls Aloud star Nadine Coyle and East End Jacqueline Jossa.

But Caitlyn, who is using Kim Kardashian's mum Kris, says she is not loaded. Speaking to Piers Morgan's last year, she said: "I pay the rent and I just fine. There is this perception you are worth $ 100million and it is not even close.

"I used to get paid to do the show but have not done the show in two years. I'm not a millionaire. I am not worth a million dollars. "



Caitlyn – formerly Olympic gold medalist Bruce Jenner – had gender reassignment surgery in 2017

Caitlyn says she is not stressed by the prospect of Celeb's famous Bushtucker Trials.

And if campmates accidentally call her Bruce she will not be fazed.

She adds: "It happens. I was Bruce for a long time. People want to make mistakes and it is fine. "

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