After undergoing hours of facial-feminization surgery, breast augmentation and hormone therapy, Caitlyn Jenner (formerly Bruce Jenner) has finally emerged and graced the cover of Vanity Fair. Jenner’s interview with the magazine not only talks about the grueling process she had to go through to complete her transformation but also her thoughts about relationships and sexual preference.

The 65-year-old former Olympian shared her difficult journey recuperating from a 10-hour facial-feminization surgery several months ago, and revealing to the magazine the one major procedure that she has yet to have done: genital surgery, E! News reported. "If you have a list of 10 reasons to transition, sex would be number 10," Jenner told Vanity Fair, adding that she has no immediate plans to have the procedure done.

According to Fox News, the cover story notes that most doctors advise not to get that surgery for at least a year after a transition. The iconic athlete also clarified that Bruce Jenner’s sexual preference had always been for women, but as Caitlyn Jenner, the star is still unsure of what sexual preferences lie ahead. However, Jenner said it is a low priority.

But that remains the biggest question for Jenner's son, Brandon. The son told ABC News in April that he was curious to learn who his father might want to be in a relationship with in the future. “I feel like in life we’re all looking for love and so many things are done in the world just to try to gain love, you know,” Brandon told his dad. “From here on out. ... I wonder how your -- what your desires are in that regard. If you’re looking forward to meeting somebody."

Jenner told ABC that when it comes to attraction, Bruce Jenner was heterosexual. “I’ve never been with a guy -- I’ve always been married, raising kids, doing all that kind of stuff.” Bruce Jenner added: "There’s two different things here. Sexuality is who you personally are attracted to -- who turns you on -- male or female. But gender identity has to do with who you are as a person and your soul, and who you identify with inside, OK?"