Kim Kardashian is accused of Photoshopping her five-year-old daughter

Kim Kardashian has been accused of digitally altering her photos again, and fans aren’t happy.

Eagle-eyed followers reckon the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star touched up a candid family snap of herself with her eldest kids, but chose to edit the appearance of her five-year-old daughter North.

Instagram account @fakegirlsf***ya alleged that Kim appears to have slimmed down her daughter’s stomach area.

The post shared on Kim’s Instagram page was paparazzo-snapped image of the mother-of-three crouching down with her arm around Saint while she holds on to North’s hand during a recent trip to Bali.

Compared to the original image, Kim’s post had been edited with a filter but fans also claim North’s has been made to look slimmer.

In the original snap, North’s stomach area appears to stick out more and as she stood next to her mother and looked towards the camera.

Unimpressed followers flocked to the comments section to share their view about the alleged picture editing.

An Instagram account called Kim Kardashian out on social media for the edit. Photo: Instagram/fakegirlsf***ya

One wrote: “Can’t believe she photoshopped her daughter’s stomach.”

Another added: “Kids who are chubby are the cutest,’ one woman wrote. ‘No need to edit…gosh Kim…What’s wrong with you!”

However, a source told that the image in question was re-posted to Kim’s account directly from a fan site, and any alterations that may have been made to it were not done by her.

Kim is yet to make a public comment about the allegations but it’s not the first time she’s been called out for editing her Instagram images.

Not the first time

During a trip to Turks and Caicos with sister Kourtney Kardashian earlier this year, the reality star shared multiple snapshots of herself lounging on the beach in a teeny swimsuit which fans claimed to be edited.

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