Model Miranda Kerr is being accused of stretching the truth - but not her waistline - with a little creative photoshopping.
It all started when the former Victoria's Secret Angel posted a photo of herself at one of the underwear giant's fashion shows on Instagram.
Kerr didn't take part in this year's show, so she posted a photo from last year's show with the caption: "Sending love and best wishes to the #vsangels from Japan xxx", the Daily Mail reported.
But that got eagle-eyed fans and fashionistas all in a tizz, after they compared that image to the original image taken by a Vogue photographer.
"Who is Miranda trying to fool with Photoshop?" The Fashion Spot member CommanderTMugler raged.
"That is not her waist, this is the actual picture taken last year by Vogue of Alessandra, Doutzen and Miranda backstage," he wrote.
Designer Ange Langton challenged Kerr's on post: "@mirandakerr maybe address this image? It's been photoshopped very obviously and it might be a good idea to communicate to your fans why it has happened."
Kerr later claimed it had all been a mistake: "Hi guys, here is the original VS 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! ❤"
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