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Charlotte Crosby baffles fans by photoshopping herself in 'perfectly fine' snaps


Charlotte Crosby has left fans baffled after an Instagram account accused her of photoshopping “perfectly fine” photos of herself.

The 30-year-old Geordie Shore star has been scrutinised by a social media user who compares paparazzi photos to Instagram images.

The account is named Celeb Face and this week posted a series of photographs seemingly showing “before and after” images of Charlotte.

The images showed a series of snaps where Charlotte could be seen wearing bikini’s and midriff baring outfits – with each of the original showing the star looking incredibly toned.

Charlotte Crosby has been accused of photoshopping herself in already ‘perfectly fine’ images

However, the Celeb Face account suggested Charlotte had used photoshop to alter elements of her appearance before she uploaded snaps to her own social media feeds.

The allegedly altered images showed the star changing her hairline, her stomach, and the curve of her bottom – while background elements including the brightness of grass also seemed to have been tampered with.

However fans were utterly confused why the reality star had altered the images at all – with many commenting how fantastic she looked in the unaltered images.

Charlotte frequently shares images of herself showing off her incredibly toned figure

One follower wrote: “But her real body looks perfectly fine??!!! Why photoshop?”

Another typed: “Her body already so good before edited version.”

While another wrote: Honestly her body is unreal she is taking the edit time for no reason.”

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Fans of the Geordie Shore star questioned why she would edit the images at all

One follower suggested the reality star had gone too far with her editing, joking: “Literally WHO edits the grass… LOL.”

Charlotte has previously hit out at paparazzi who have captured images of her from unflattering angles.

She previously hit out, stating: “paparazzi pictures aren’t real,” accusing photographers of waiting for opportune moments to capture stars looking their worst.





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