Caitlyn Jenner has undergone an unbelievable transformation since coming out as transgender last year and it seems she's not quite done yet. Previews for the upcoming second season of E!'s "I Am Cait" suggest the former Olympian has another big announcement for her friends, family and fans.

As was reported by Us Weekly, an early teaser for the new season, which kicks off in March, suggests Caitlyn, 66, may be diving back into the dating pool. In the trailer the father-of-10 is asked about her sexual preferences by close friend Chandi Moore. The woman wonders whether or not Caitlyn, who has always dated and been attracted to women, considers herself "to be lesbian." Caitlyn surprises her friends by revealing that she no longer plans to date women. Jennifer Boylan, one of Caitlyn's closer friends on "I Am Cait," jokes that her gal pal can now have the experience of having "an ex-husband," which puts the entire bus into a laughing fit.

"To be honest with you, I don't see myself dating women in the future," Caitlyn says. "I've been there, done that, got three ex-wives."

Caitlyn will also spend a portion of Season 2 mourning the loss of her former male identity. One portion of the clip shows holding her California drivers license while reminiscing about being Bruce Jenner. She shares with friends that she feels she may have been too quick to kick her male self to the curb, suggesting that "he didn't deserve to be gone."

Even with all the uncertainty and the ups and downs shown in the "I Am Cait" trailer, it's clear Caitlyn has come a long way since her coming out. The reality star opened up about her challenging decision to live "authentically" during a speech at the Los Angeles premiere of "Tangerine" earlier this month. She told audience members she had learned a lot in  the last nine months, largely in part because she finally had the resources to do so. Caitlyn went on to say that she had been extremely isolated before making her transformation from Bruce into Caitlyn. She spent years feeling bad about herself, according to her personal account, before deciding she had no other choice but to be who she really is. Caitlyn said she got to such a low point that she felt the only other option was to come out. She said she knew that if she could find the strength to do it she could help make a difference to others living with similar thoughts and problems. 

"I Am Cait" returns in March. The network has not announced an exact date for the show's Season 2 premiere. Check out a preview of the upcoming season below: