KIM Kardashian is still using "West" in her name while signing autographs – despite filing for divorce from Kanye four months ago.
The KUWTK star, 40, used her married last name while signing a fan's poster of her after having dinner in West Hollywood.
Kim was out with her mom Kris Jenner and younger sisters Kylie and Kendall at Craig's restaurant.
A fan shared a photo of the autograph the SKIMS founder signed, which read "Kim Kardashian West".
Kim filed for divorce from Kanye in February after months of speculation that their six-year marriage was over.
They have four children together – North, seven, Saint, five, Chicago, three, and Psalm, two.
Kanye – who is based at his ranch in Wyoming – has filed for joint legal and physical custody of their kids.
The reality star has kept quiet on their split in public, but recent scenes from KUWTK show her breaking down in tears over their failed marriage.
She was seen sobbing while sitting on a bed next to her tearful sister Kylie, saying: “I can’t do this anymore. I can’t.
"How am I still in this place where I’m stuck for years? Like he goes and moves to a different state every year."
"And I have to be in a place where I’m together for the kids. And he’s an amazing dad and he’s done an amazing job."
She continued: "I think he deserves someone that can support his every move and go to Wyoming to be with him and follow him everywhere.
"He deserves a wife who travels with him and is there for everything. I feel like a f**king failure."
"Yeah I feel like a f**king loser it’s the end of a 13-year-marriage. But I can’t even think about that. I want to be happy."
Kim and Kanye have agreed to split their $2billion fortune evenly, which The Sun exclusively reported after the divorce announcement was made.
Due to his music empire and clothing ventures, Kanye is technically the richer of the two, with a staggering $1.3billion fortune.
However, Forbes recently reported that Kim has joined her soon-to-be ex on the billionaire list after raking in the "cash from reality television and endorsement deals, and a number of smaller investments".
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