While Caitlyn Jenner was splashed across every tabloid when she announced that she would be transitioning, it seems that her spotlight has dimmed a little, and after cutting ties with a lot of her close family members, the trans-advocate is feeling pretty lonely.
Caitlyn recently spoke to Broadly about her life right now, explaining that things aren't as frantic as they once were (when she was attached to the world's most famous family), and that she spends an awful lot of time by herself.
Moved on? Brutal…
Caitlyn has two children from each of her three marriages (back when she was Bruce Kenner): Burt, 39, and Cassandra, 37, from his first marriage to Chrystie Scott; Brandon, 36, and Brody, 34, from his second marriage to Linda Thompson; and Kendall, 22, and Kylie, 20, from his most recent wife, Kris Jenner.
We knew from episodes of Keeping Up With The Kardashians that Kim Kardashian was a central part of Caitlyn's transition, helping her sort out her wardrobe and working as a sort of peace-keeper between her and her mum, Kris Jenner.
However, after Caitlyn published her book, The Secrets Of My Life, the Kardashian sisters felt like Cait threw their mum under the bus and took a big step back from their relationship with Caitlyn.
In the same interview, Caitlyn got pretty dark and talked about the end of her life, saying that she hopes that when her final days come, her family will be by her side.
She is also praying that when it comes to the afterlife, she'll be welcomed by God. Heavy…
"I hope when I get up there to the pearly gates, God looks down and says, 'You did a good damn job, you won the Games, raised wonderful children, and you know, you made a difference in the world. Yeah, come on in.' That's the way I want to go."
We hope you're okay, Cait.