Bella Ramsey has announced her departure from Twitter. 

Over the last few years, the 19-year-old superstar has wowed audiences with her dazzling performances in the HBO hit series, The Last of Us and Game of Thrones. 

In addition to Ramsey’s growing acting resume, the young talent has also gained praise for opening up about her non-binary identity on social media, specifically Twitter.

Back in March, the young talent – who goes by any pronouns – tweeted a picture from her childhood to celebrate Trans Day of Visibility. 

“Happy TDOV to this little dude. I didn’t know the word non-binary in this picture,” Ramsey wrote. 

“But I knew what it meant. Inherently. Because I always was, and always will be. Lotsa love to all of my trans enby and gender funky friends. #TransDayofVisibility.” 

However on 21 April, The Worst Witch star announced that her time on Twitter would be coming to an end. 

“Twitter, it’s been fun. My account will still be active for now, but I will not be on here! Thank you, my gay army and all the rest. Love you,” she wrote alongside a GIF of her The Last of Us character.

In response to Ramsey’s announcement, fans flocked to her mentions to express their sadness over her sudden Twitter exit. 

One fan replied: “Dear Bella, it must be so overwhelming to deal with so much social media, thank you for everything, we’ll be here whenever you want/can xxx.”

Another one of her followers wrote: “Bye Bella. Thank you for sharing your journey here for a brief time. I look forward to your next roles!” 

Ramsey’s abrupt departure came a day after Twitter removed their legacy blue checkmarks from the accounts of celebrities and public figures.

The controversial move was a result of the platform introducing its new subscription service Twitter Blue – which requires users to pay $8 a month for a verified blue check.

“Starting April 1, we’ll be winding down our legacy verification program, and accounts that were verified under the previous criteria (active, notable, and authentic) will not retain a blue checkmark unless they are subscribed to Twitter Blue,” the social media company revealed in November.

Following Twitter’s announcement, many users criticized the platform’s CEO Elon Musk for introducing a flawed verification method. 

Since removing the legacy checkmarks on 20 April, an array of new accounts have popped up impersonating an array of celebrities and high-profile figures, including Hilary Clinton and Pope Francis. 

As of this writing, it is unclear if Ramsey left over Twitter’s verification subscription service.