Fans think Liam Payne's cryptic Insta stories are an attempt to win Maya Henry back

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Photo credit: Karwai Tang - Getty Images
Photo credit: Karwai Tang - Getty Images

Liam Payne has shared a series of cryptic messages on his Instagram Stories, which some fans think are an attempt to win back his ex-fiancée, Maya Henry, after announcing their split back in June.

Talking about the break up, Liam told Steven Barlett on the Diary of a CEO podcast, "I just wasn't giving a very good version of me anymore, that I didn't appreciate and I didn't like being. I can honestly say I feel better out of it."

He continued, "I didn't feel good doing what I did but it had to happen. Just a corny way to say it was the best for us both."

However, Liam recently shared a mysterious message to his Instagram Stories, saying, "Don't let someone go if you really want to love them even if you have to learn to love them through your own mistakes...

"Let your instinct tell you that you need them and keep them close we are always running out of time... We never gain it."

Photo credit: @liampayne - Instagram
Photo credit: @liampayne - Instagram

He then posted two more Insta Stories, saying, "F**k Me I'm Wise," and, "I love you, we calm."

Liam initially tagged Maya in another story, along with a few praying hand emojis. This has since been deleted.

What. Does. It. Mean?

Photo credit: @liampayne - Instagram
Photo credit: @liampayne - Instagram
Photo credit: @liampayne - Instagram
Photo credit: @liampayne - Instagram

This is what fans thought of Liam's mysterious musings...

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Could a reunion be on the cards? Watch this space...

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