Kendall Jenner has been accused of editing her most recent Instagram pictures, who showed her posing in tiny red underwear for a gorgeous SKIMS Valentine's Day shoot.
Kendall, 25, sent social media into meltdown as she donned barely-there red lingerie, which consisted of a balcony bra and a micro-thong, to strike a pose for the snaps.
She left little to the imagination as the microscopic underwear highlighted her washboard stomach, hourglass hips and endless legs as she wowed in the undies.
As The Keeping Up With The Kardashians bombshell caused a frenzy, some fans took to social media to accuse her of promoting an unrealistic body image by editing her figure.
An account has called out Kendall after fans believe they spotted some Photoshop fails in the stunning snaps.
A post said: "This photo is very photoshopped. Kendall is obviously very gorgeous, but these are not her real proportions, nor are they anybody's" as they claimed her before and after pictures were very different.
The social media user also said that Kendall's belly button looked "completely different" in the original photos, and said it looked distorted in the snaps she shared on her own social media.
They wrote: "She is posing in both, yet one is clearly photoshopped,” the infuriated fan wrote.
"No one’s belly button is just a tiny slit. Nobody has a completely flat stomach 24/7.
"Everyone is gorgeous just as they are. This ridiculous photoshop needs to stop."
The pictures of Kendall, Kim and Kylie in different styles of red SKIMS underwear got everyone talking – even Good Morning Britain presenter Piers Morgan.
He came under fire as he took to social media to comment on the snaps, as some followers claimed he was "body-shaming" Kim and Kylie.
Sharing the picture of the three sisters on his Twitter, he wrote: "If I were Kim & Kylie, I’d stop being photographed with Kendall."
People immediately rushed to the post to slam Piers for comparing Kendall to her sisters but like usual, it was water off a duck's back.
He shared a picture of himself half-naked in front of a fire, writing: "My Kardashians tweet has prompted flagons of faux-feminist foul-mouthed, fat-shaming fury.
"Apparently it's illegal to think one's hotter (Kendall) than the others.
"But to balance things up, here's a photo of me with my clothes off – objectify me, ladies, I can take it…."
Daily Star has contacted a representative for Kendall for comment.
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