Bruce Jenner reportedly underwent surgery to remove skin cancer, according to TMZ.
On Tuesday, the 63-year-old was spotted with his nose all bandaged up, which sources told the website was a result of having a piece of tissue removed from his nose on Monday, which allegedly required 30 stitches.
TMZ's sources say that Jenner's doctors have attributed the cancer to sun damage, as the former Olympian spends a lot of time outdoors in the California sun trying to improve his golf game.
This will be the second surgery to remove skin cancer from Jenner's face. Back in January 2012, Jenner was spotted with a noticeable scar on the right side of his face that was the result of the same procedure he had on his nose, according to TMZ.
Request for comment made by The Huffington Post to Jenner's reps has yet to be returned at this time.