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Saturday, 16 November 2013

Miranda Kerr Accused Of Photoshopping Her Waist

Australian-born Kerr, who has been featured on the cover of magazines like Vogue and Harper's Bazaar, rose to prominence in 2007 as one of the Victoria's Secret Angels (pictured, November 7, 2012)
Miranda Kerr pictured Nov, 7 2012
Miranda Kerr is one successfully model that has made her mark in the modelling industry. However she has been slammed with an offence of deceiving people and her fans for making her waist looks slimmer for Instalgram.

One image has put the sexy model in a corner and i wonder if she will ever be bold to post any photo on Instalgram again as she has made her fans learn a big lesson of not believing everything you see on the internet.

It all started with Miranda posting a flashback photo of Last year Victoria secret show which she was a full participant and to celebrate the Victoria's Secret show of this year, the Australia stunner posted an image of her standing with Doutzen Kroes and Alessandra Ambrosio backstage at the 2012 show. Kerr had posted the original image, taken by a Vogue photographer backstage, in November last year -- just six months after Ms Ambrosio had given birth to a baby boy.

Spot the difference between the original photo posted last year 2012 and this year 2013

Spot the difference: Miranda Kerr's fans have accused the model of Photoshopping her waist in this image she posted on November 13, 2013 (left); she posted the original image in November 8, 2012 (right)
2012 Photo

2013 Photo


















Kerr obviously meant no harm in sending the photo, rather to wish her colleagues success since she was unable to attend due to commitments in Asia. So the 5ft 9in model shared the year-old image with the caption: 'Sending love and best wishes to the #vsangels from Japan xxx'.

Kerr's fans have accused the model of Photoshopping her waist to appear slimmer in the image and have  demanded to know why was her waist smaller as opposed to the original photo posted last year.

Well she had explained and apologised about it on Instalgram along with the original image: 'When I re-posted the photo this week to support the girls I screen grabbed it off the internet when I was working in Japan. 
'I had no idea it was Photoshopped. 
'All good intentions - sorry for the confusion and congratulations to the girls for such a great show!'

This year, unable to attend the Victoria's Secret fashion Show held on Wednesday, she posted the year-old image with the caption: 'Sending love and best wishes to the #vsangels from Japan xxx'

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