Kim Kardashian perpetuates another unattainable beauty standard as she photoshops carpet on floor 4 months ago

Kim Kardashian perpetuates another unattainable beauty standard as she photoshops carpet on floor

What is the truth?

Fans of the Kardashians are always quick to call them out when they spot photoshop blunders on their images, and the latest from Kim is no exception.

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However, the star didn't use photoshop to alter her appearance, but instead, the carpet in the background.

Eagle-eyed fans noticed the error when Kim decided to go Insta-official with her new boyfriend Pete Davidson over the weekend.

Kim shared a snap of the the pair of them lounging the floor in a photo dump on Instagram and captioned it: "Whose car are we gonna take?"

However, some fans noticed how Kim had shared the same picture on Twitter, but the carpet looked completely different.

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One online sleuth, Instagram user @kardashianvideo2, shared a side-by-side of the two pictures and wrote: "Kim posted one version of this photo on Instagram and the other on Twitter. Did Kim change the carpet to match her Instagram feed aesthetic?"

This is hardly the first time fans have picked up on some of Kim's more bizarre photoshop choices.

Last year, for instance, the reality star denied using editing software in a Skims advert, despite the fact that her finger bends bizarrely in the video.

In the clip, Kim runs her hand along her body, but as it touches her waist it elongates massively before reverting to its original length.

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A representative from the lingerie brand said that the error was not due to photoshop but due to a video glitch.

They told Page Six: "The Skims commercial that aired last week featuring the Fits Everybody collection did initially have an error as a result of the video losing its quality during the uploading process.

"Immediately after it was noticed by the team, the video was pulled, and the glitch-free version was uploaded and ran for the remainder of the time on air. We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused Kim and our customers."