Kim Kardashian explains why she photoshopped her niece in Disneyland photos 3 months ago

Kim Kardashian explains why she photoshopped her niece in Disneyland photos

"It wasn't the aesthetic I was going for and I can own up to that!"

Earlier this year, Kim Kardashian posted a series of photos to her Instagram of her daughter Chicago and her niece True enjoying a day at Disneyland.

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However, many fans noticed something unusual about the photos, with some suggesting that it looked like True, who is Khloe Kardashian's daughter, was photoshopped in.

As fans became more and more convinced that True had been super-imposed onto the images, their curiosity grew, but Kim didn't comment on it at the time.

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Speculation grew further when Khloe said that she took True on her first trip to Disneyland earlier this month, despite what appeared to be photographic evidence to the contrary.

Yesterday, however, the reality star admitted to photoshopping True into the photos, and revealed that her other niece, Stormi (Kylie Jenner's daughter), was originally in the photos alongside Chicago.

Taking to her Instagram stories, Kim cleared the air and explained why she edited the photos.

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She shared an un-edited photo from the day which shows Chicago and Stormi together at Disneyland.

"The original pics were Stormi!" Kim wrote. "However I asked @kyliejenner if I could post them and she said she wasn't really feeling posting at the moment and so I respect that!"

She went on to say that she is very concerned about the aesthetic of her feed, and as Chicago was wearing a pink outfit, it "matched perfectly" with the rest of her feed, so she really wanted to share the image.

She continued: "It wasn't the aesthetic I was going for and I can own up to that!

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"You know how much a good aesthetic means to my should 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."

Kim added: "I didn't think it would be that big of a deal if her own mom questioned if I snuck her to a Disneyland for the first time."