Another day, and Kim Kardashian is back in the headlines. This time, it's for admitting she's used photoshop - on her nieces. Yep, if it sounds bizarre, that's because it is. There's been speculation for months that the Kardashians had photoshopped some images of Chicago, 4, and True, 4, at Disneyland last October - and now Kim has confirmed that True wasn't actually there, and that, bizarrely, she photoshopped an image of True, Khloe Kardashian's daughter, over Kylie Jenner's daughter Stormi, also 4.
Why? Because Kim wanted her Instagram profile to match her 'aesthetic' at the time, as her Instagram feed was pink and blue inspired.
Breaking the news, Kim shared the original image of Stormi and Chicago at Disneyland, writing: 'The original pics were Stormi ! However I asked @kyliejenner if I could post them and she said [crying face emoji] she wasn't really feeling posting at the moment and so I respect that! But it wasn't going to mess up my IG feed. Chi was wearing pink and it matched perfectly.'
Kim then posted the original pictures of Stormi and Chicago, alongside the fake images where True has quite clearly been photoshopped on. 'It wasn't the aesthetic I was going for and I can own up to that,' she said. 'You know how much a good aesthetic means to my soul and I will be dammed if Kylie will ruin that for me and mess up my IG grid. So thank you True for taking one for the team!' She then posted a screenshot of her Instagram feed at the time, noting how 'cute and well planned' her pink and blue profile was.
If you're a fan of America's first family of reality TV, the rumours will be old news to you. Khloe recently admitted that the pics were fake, when somebody pointed out that Khloe had said True's first time in Disneyland was in April - when the fake photos were posted in October. Tweeting a reply, Khloe admitted: 'Welllppp I f**ked this one up. Anyways….. let’s focus on something else. Our show airs in a few days.'
Well, we can't exactly say we're surprised the Kardashians know their way around Photoshop apps.