Be it posting her cosmetic brand's photo or with her kids, Kim Kardashian surely knows how to send us into a tizzy. This is what has happened when Kim shared a lovely family photo on her handle and it’s simply picture perfect. The picture in question is a family photo of the Kardashian-West featuring, Kim and Kanye West along with their adorable kids North, Saint, Psalm and Chicago West. In the picture, all are seated which appears to be on their house's stairs while posing for a perfect click.
All are seen twinning as they are dressed in grey white sweatshirts. While sharing the picture, she wrote, "The West Family Christmas Card 2019." However, as usual, the picture that was supposed to have received love and warmth earned a lot of flak from the netizens. After the post was made live, fans turned to eagle-eyed detectives and started stating that this photo is highly photoshopped. ALSO READ: Kim Kardashian Talks About Her Painful Pregnancies; Underwent Five Surgeries In 1 And A Half Years
Social media users commented that it is 'close to impossible' to have all of her four children pose still for a picture and have them acting right and still. An Instagram user commented, "Who photoshopped north in? The lighting looks... different," while another user wrote, "I was looking for this comment, this deff looks photoshopped." ALSO READ: Are Kim Kardashian And Kanye West Heading For A Divorce Due To His Religious Obsession? Here’s The Truth
One user inquired, "Why all the kids look like stickers?" Some other stated, "I think they are photoshopped lol no joke if you look closer you can tell."
One fan was certain at this photoshopped photo, "This is 100% an edited photo I'm surprised more people haven't said this."ALSO READ: KUTWK Promo: Kim Kardashian Admits Being ‘Mean’ To Kourtney Kardashian; Khloé Admits Being Fizzle
Image source: Instagram/ kimkardashian
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