Caitlyn Jenner set to join Real Housewives cast

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Caitlyn Jenner is set to join the cast of Real Housewives, according to reports.

Rumours are going round that the trans celebrity is due to join the cast of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

Her own reality show, I Am Cait, was canceled be the E! network after just two seasons, when ratings fell significantly in its second year.

She’s also set to release a new memoir of her life.

The book, Secrets Of My Life, is set for release later this year, which could coincide with a move to the new Real Housewives.

The move wouldn’t be a first for the Real housewives franchise, however, having had trans women in their shows before.

Model Lauren Foster appeared on Real Housewives of Miami, and actress Amiyah Scott was invited to join the Atlanta version.

It comes after she appeared to withdraw her support for President Trump.

The trans reality TV star posted a video on her Twitter page, saying: “From one Republican to another, this is a disaster.”

She then added: “You made a promise to protect the LGBTQ community. Call me.”

Jenner had previously given her support to Trump, and argued he could be much better for the LGBT community than people gave him credit.

However following the decision to officially reverse Obama’s transgender bathroom protections she has changed her mind.

Jenner had also offered herself as a trans ambassador for the Trump administration.

Caitlyn Jenner set to join Real Housewives cast

Jenner was previously shown reading PinkNews on her reality show, saying it shed light on her attitudes towards Ted Cruz.

Teenage reality star Jackie Evancho, who flouted a celebrity boycott to perform at Donald Trump’s inauguration, has been told she’s “welcome” to a meeting with the President after she complained that he targeted her trans sister’s rights.