KIM Kardashian is being slammed for photoshopping again, as fans claim she edited her sister Kourtney into the family holiday getaway photo.
The makeup mogul shared a snap from the vacation to her Instagram today, as she was joined by Corey Gamble, mom Kris Jenner, Scott Disick, and sisters Kendall, Khloe and Kourtney.
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The photo shows the family posed side-by-side on a porch with a beautiful mountain landscape in the background.
The back-lighting of the picture caused a hazy glow to happen around the heads of the celebrities, provoking fans who have slammed the family for photoshopping in the past.
Many headed for the comments where they showed their skepticism regarding the photo, while they alluded to the fact that not all were truly present for the image.
Fans believed that namely Kourtney was added in, as her face and body were clearly a different color than the rest of the group.
One follower of the famed family blatantly commented: "You all look photoshopped" while another added: "Why do they all look photoshopped in?"
Several were concerned about Kourtney's appearance, one writing: "Kourtney looks photoshopped" while a second joked: "Kourtney either got shopped in or she's looking ghostly today."
Some wondered why Kourtney specifically looked different, one sharing: "Is it only me or does anyone else feel that Kourtney is photoshopped into this? She is the only one who looks as they have added her into this."
This is hardly the first time the royalty of reality TV has been accused of photo-editing.
Kim, 40, was accused of a major editing fail in May of this year when she posed for a sexy photoshoot wearing a snakeskin bikini top.
Not only was her top snake print, but her nails and long dark hair were even patterned to match.
Fans were quick to investigate closer, though, as they realized one of her nails was poorly edited out of the photo.
"Anybody else see the finger in her hair … " one wrote.
Another trolled: "Yo who photoshopped this… theres a hand in her hair lol."
More recently, Khloe has come under fire for apparent "changes" after she shared a picture last week posing in underwear and thigh-high sparkly boots from her Good American collection.
As the star stood in front of the Christmas tree while promoting Louis Vuitton bags, fans criticized her for looking altered.
One shocked fan asked: "Khloe?" while another pleaded: "Stop morphing your face!"
On an island getaway trip to celebrate Kim's 40th birthday this past October, there were several photo-editing faux pas' noticed by the family fandom.
Kim shared a bikini-clad picture with Kourtney and Khloe, to which fans claimed she edited out her right arm.
The star's limb seemingly disappeared behind her sister, leading fans to trash her for the flop.
“Nice photoshop Kim,” one person joked while another commented, "where is your right arm?"
Although the family is regularly tormented for their editing skills, they seem to remain in good spirits in regards to the hate.
Khloe reposted a photo Kim had shared of the famous clan on the same trip, with the witty caption: “I was thinking about photoshopping Kylie into this photo."
Despite the light-heartedness, the trolls were not satisfied as they accused the mom-of-one of "changing" her look "every five days" after photos from the occasion surfaced.
Khloe's look has changed drastically over the years, as she now sports a much thinner, pointier chin and plumper lips.
"Khloe Kardashian is back at it again. New face just dropped" one fan attacked.
Another roasted with: "The curse of the Kardashians. Khloe Kardashian: How it started, how it changes every five days."
"Khloe face maker really be working overtime," a third criticized.
The star spoke out regarding the constant trolling in an interview with Elle Magazine.
"At first, I would let stuff like that affect me. And now I really don't care," she explained.
"Sometimes I have to f**k with people a little bit. I try not to! I try to behave, but sometimes they're just asking for it."
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