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Meghan King Drops ‘Edmonds’ From Her Instagram Handle Amid Divorce Drama From Estranged Husband Jim Edmonds!

Meghan King has dropped Edmonds from her Instagram handle. The former Real Housewives of Orange County star's username is now @meghanking. It was previously @meghankingedmonds.

The mother-of-three also addressed the news via her Instagram Stories she decided to re-introduce herself as Meghan King amid divorce from estranged husband Jim Edmonds. She added a circle to highlight her new name handle.

She captioned, "Please allow me to reintroduce myself," she wrote.

She added, "Damn it feels food to be back on my throne."

Meghan first revealed that she reverted to her maiden name, dropping her estranged husband Jim Edmonds’ last name amid their divorce. In the clip of the Sunday, May 10th episode of her “Intimate Knowledge” podcast courtesy via Us Weekly. Meghan introduced herself as, “I’m Meghan King,” she said.

Meghan's co-host Brooke Burke asked, “Did you just say Meghan King? Did I get that right?” while the reality star laughed in the background. Sex and intimacy coach Lila Darville chimed in, “She did. She dropped it.”

As of Friday, May 8, Meghan also made the change on her Instagram account, where her name showed up as Meghan King. However, during that time her handle was still under @meghankedmonds.

Meghan and Jim share three kids: three-year-old daughter Aspen and twins Hayes and Hart, 22 months.

In October 2019, the former professional baseball player and the former Bravo reality star called it quits after five years of marriage. The former RHOC star accused her then-husband of being unfaithful with their nanny, which both Jim and the caretaker denied.

In May 2020, Jim confirmed he was in a relationship with Kortnie O’Connor. Before Jim went public with his new relationship, his estranged wife claimed that O’Connor had a threesome with them during their marriage.

As for Meghan, she is in a new relationship. She's dating Christian Schauf, who is a podcaster and CEO of an emergency survival kit company in Park City, Utah.

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