Kim Kardashian Criticized For Allegedly Photoshopping Picture Of Baby Chicago

Trisha Faulkner

Photoshopping and doctoring photos to achieve the appearance of being "perfect" is a practice a lot of celebrities participate in. Unfortunately, part of being a celebrity means living life under a microscope. So, there's always an eagle-eyed social media follower waiting to go over every photo with a fine-toothed comb looking for signs of photoshopping.

With 118 million Instagram followers and just over 4,500 posts, Kim Kardashian is no stranger to keen fans drawing attention to signs that a photo has been doctored in Photoshop. Almost a month ago, Kylie Jenner posted a photo of her daughter Stormi and Kim's daughter Chicago having a slumber party together. About a week ago, Kim reposted the same photo.

The photo featured baby Chicago and baby Stormi wearing matching pink outfits. In the comment section of both Kylie and Kim's photos, many noted the duo looked like twins.

According to the Daily Mail, some of Kim's followers who have now had a chance to study the two photos have started to accuse the mom of three of doctoring the photo before she reposted it on her own Instagram.

"Chicagos head looks Photoshopped a bit," one user recently penned in the comment section of Kim's photo.

A second questioned, "Why Photoshop their heads?"

"I can't believe you would photoshop your own children," a third commented in disbelief.

According to the Daily Mail, it was a private Instagram profile called Celebface that first drew attention to the subtle differences in Kim's version of the photo. A close look reveals baby Chicago's curls on her forehead were trimmed and the picture as a whole appeared to be brightened.