Chloe Ferry’s fans have accused her of using Photoshop again after noticing something unusually different in her latest snap.
The former Geordie Shore star, 25, made a return to Instagram on Tuesday night with a glamorous photo taken in her garden.
The majority of Chloe’s 3.6million followers rushed to the comments section to compliment her, but others had spotted what they believed was an awkward Photoshop fail.
In the photos, Chloe is standing with both hands on her hips, showing off her toned stomach and hourglass curves in a tiny crop top.
But some fans couldn’t help but get distracted as they claimed her thumb looked distorted when they zoomed into the image.
Her thumb also appeared to blend into her hip, which further puzzled her followers.
“Photoshopped as per,” one person wrote.
Another penned: “The photo shop near the thumb,” alongside a laughing emoji.
And a third claimed: “The only real thing are the jeans.”
Chloe looked unbelievable in the snap, with her incredible physique on full display in a pair of unbuttoned jeans.
But it’s not the first time she has been accused of editing her photos for social media.
Earlier this month, Chloe was called out for manipulating a different image, with fans claiming they could see a ‘wonky’ floor.
In recent weeks, the reality star surprised fans when it was revealed she is ‘seeing’ Wayne Lineker.
The nightclub owner made the revelation during an interview on FUBAR Radio’s Access All Areas.
Wayne praised the “flirtatious banter” the pair have.
He said: “And she phoned me up last week. Because, I mean, we are seeing each other a little bit and having a bit of flirtatious banter and we’ll see what happens in the summer.
“But she said, ‘Come on let’s post it! Let’s have a laugh!’ I said, ‘You know it’s going to go viral don’t you?’ She went, ‘Yeah of course I do!'”
The pair are from different walks of the showbiz world, but a twist of fate threw the couple together when they filmed Celebs Go Dating.
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