Bruce Jenner sparked speculation that he had had another nose job yesterday when he stepped out with a series of bandages on his nose, but sources now claim that the star actually "underwent surgery for skin cancer" earlier this week.
TMZ state that the Olympian "had 30 stitches" after a "chunk of tissue was removed from his nose" on Monday.
The 63-year-old was snapped going for coffee near the family's Calabasas home in California and he had most of his nose covered in bandages, attempting to cover some of them with a pair of sunglasses.
TMZ sources also claim that Bruce's doctors "attribute the cancer to sun damage" with the KUWTK star being a keen golfer.
It's been reported that Bruce went through a similar experience last year, with alleged cancerous tissue on the side of his face, with the star being pictured in January 2012 with stitches in the side of his cheek.
Bruce Jenner reportedly had skin cancer earlier this week (Photo: WENN)
"[Bruce] will probably have a big scar on his nose," an insider told the website, but they did add that the sportsman is "doing ok" now.
Originally, Jenner was rumoured to have had more plastic surgery and he has previously admitted that he did go under the knife in his mid-thirties.
He even joked about it once on an episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians: "If you Google my name, the worst plastic surgeries of all time, or whatever it is... They’ve compared me to Michael Jackson."