Jemima drops `Khan` from her name
cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan`s socialite ex-wife
Jemima has finally dropped the "Khan" from her name.
Jemima, who has decided to use her famous maiden
surname Goldsmith, tweeted to her friends and followers
recently: "FYI - I`ve changed my user name to Jemima Goldsmith.
It was time. Mostly though I was bored of people asking."
Jemima was earlier known as "JemKhan" on Twitter and has been
quite active on the micro-blogging website.
She even introduced her ex-husband Imran Khan a year
ago by urging her fans to follow him on Twitter.
But she has had her share of embarrassing moments too
when she posted her passport details on Twitter in a desperate
bid to prove she was the "real" Jemima Khan.
Jemima got irked when two Pakistani women tweeted
about her being an impostor.
She surprised the two women by replying to their
tweets, and when they pondered about her genuineness, she
scanned her passport and put it up on Twitter.
Jemima is currently working on a book on Pakistan, the
country where she spent almost a decade with her two sons and
Jemima was 21 when she married and moved to Pakistan.
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