Kim Kardashian Changed Her Name On Social Media And People Are Confused

But what does it meeeeean?!

Kim Kardashian did something very weird on social media last night.

As you’ll probably know by now, the 36-year-old sent out her first Twitter and Instagram post in months last night after a long hiatus from social media following her vicious Paris attack back in October.

But that’s not what we’re talking about. Because Kim also changed her name.

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Kim mysteriously dropped the ‘Kardashian West’ from her social media handles last night…

Yep, beady eyed Kim fans never miss a trick, and noticed that the mum-of-two momentarily deleted the ‘West’ from her name. Ooh.

With the recent speculation that her marriage to Kanye West could be on the rock following his hospitalisation before Christmas, it’s no wonder Kim’s weird move put fans of the couple on high alert.

However, Kim also removed the ‘Kardashian’ from her Twitter and Instagram names, simply leaving ‘Kim’ as her new public moniker. Interesting.

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A photo posted by Kim Kardashian West (@kimkardashian) on

The change didn’t last long though, with Kim quickly restoring her title to Kim Kardashian West – but not before plenty of fans had screengrabbed the evidence.

What could it mean? Did little North steal her phone again to wreak havoc on her social media accounts? Is Kim simply experimenting? Or could it be a subtle hint that things with Kanye aren’t as rosy as we thought?

Well, we doubt it, because the star then followed up with a cuter than cute post captioned ‘family’ that showed her crouching down to hold son Saint, with North standing in the forefront in a pretty white lace dress and Kanye standing tall in the background in a white hoodie and black trousers.

Aw.

And her fans couldn’t be happier to see her back, with one tweeting: ‘I really cried when I seen that @KimKardashian put a post on Instagram. Like I missed her”, to which Kim replied: ‘Awww ❤❤❤😍😍😍’.

It’s good to have you back, girl.