Reacting to In Touch magazine's cover of Bruce Jenner, in which "Dynasty" star Stephanie Beacham's face has been photoshopped with Bruce Jenner's, the English actress said that it is a "terribly funny" incident.
Bruce is the latest celebrity victim of Photoshop. In the edited photograph, which is on the cover of the magazine, his face was pasted over the image of "The Colbys" star with the headline - "Bruce's Story: My Life As a Woman".
Beacham told Inside Edition's Jim Moret on Thursday that Bruce looks better than her in the photoshopped picture. "I speak no lie. Bruce Jenner looks far lovelier than I do there." She further said that she was not angry at all over the incident and said that such things happen, Daily Mail reported .
Meanwhile, Bruce's ex-wife has come to his defence. Kris Jenner, of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" fame, has told her close friends that she is extremely angry about In Touch magazine's attempt of photoshopping her ex-husband's picture with all female features. "It's just mean to do whether or not it's true," Kris told her friends, according to TMZ.
Even though Bruce has never spoken about opting for a sex change, the In Touch cover hints at it.
The doctored picture shows Bruce wearing makeup and donning a feminine scarf. The magazine has also stated that the 65-year-old former athlete will come out as a transgender this year.
"[Bruce] will come clean in 2015 about transitioning. This will be the year of his coming out," a source reportedly told the publication, according to Ace Showbiz. "When Bruce goes public, he wants to go big and come out as a transwoman on the cover of 'The Advocate,' the ultimate LGBT magazine."
Bruce's ex-wife, Kris, says that she absolutely disapproves the magazine's decision to jump to conclusions and altering images to fit their story. A close friend of Bruce told TMZ that "he doesn't even pay attention to this stuff."