The Victoria’s Secret supermodel, 25, caused a commotion on Friday when she posted a string of barely-there underwear photos which saw her sport SKIMS latest Valentine’s range.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians bombshell has now been accused of promoting unrealistic body standards after she allegedly Photoshopped her tiny frame in the viral snaps.
Proving that she was born for the runway, Kendall demanded attention in raunchy red underwear set for her sister, Kim Kardashian ’s latest collection.
The jaw-dropping images saw the brunette beauty flaunt her washboard tummy and seemingly perfect physique as fans claimed her legs ‘went on forever’.
Popular Instagram account ‘problematic frame’ has now called out the supermodel after eagle-eyed fans believe they spotted an array of Photoshop fails.
The Instagram user took to the social media site to analyse Kendall’s before and after photographs before claiming that her body proportions are ‘not real’ in the images she posted online.
“This photo is very photoshopped. Kendall is obviously very gorgeous, but these are not her real proportions, nor are they anybody’s,” the post insisted.
The user went on to point out that Kendall’s belly button looks distorted and ‘completely different’ in the original photos compared to the ones she selected to post on her own account.
“She is posing in both, yet one is clearly photoshopped,” the infuriated fan wrote.
“Noone’s belly button is just a tiny slit. Nobody has a completely flat stomach 24/7.
“Everyone is gorgeous just as they are. This ridiculous photoshop needs to stop.”
Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan has even got caught up in the drama after he was accused of ‘body-shaming’ Kim and Kylie as he ‘compared’ their bodies Kendall’s.
Sharing the sexy snap of the three sisters on Twitter, Piers wrote: “If I were Kim & Kylie, I’d stop being photographed with Kendall.
The tweet prompted criticism from numerous Twitter users who accused Piers of fat-shaming Kim and Kylie in the comparison with Kendall, but he later hit back at the criticism.
Sharing a half-naked picture of himself, he wrote: “My Kardashians tweet has prompted flagons of faux-feminist foul-mouthed, fat-shaming fury.
“Apparently it’s illegal to think one’s hotter (Kendall) than the others.
“But to balance things up, here’s a photo of me with my clothes off – objectify me, ladies, I can take it….”
Mirror Online has contacted Kendal Jenner’s representatives for comment.
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