Former Geordie Shore star Chloe Ferry has a long history of tinkering with her selfies, and fans think they’ve spotted proof that the reality TV star has once again been touching up her snaps
Video LoadingVideo UnavailableClick to playTap to playThe video will auto-play soon8CancelPlay nowChloe Ferry struts in tiny lingerie set in Instagram clipByZoe DelaneyShowbiz Reporter
- 16:49, 26 Jan 2022
- Updated18:26, 26 Jan 2022
Chloe Ferry, 26, has been accused of digitally altering her selfies once again.
The former Geordie Shore star wowed fans on Instagram with a skimpy lingerie snap last week, but eagle-eyed followers spotted a tell-tale sign some editing had taken place prior to posting.
The reality TV star is often suspected of using photo editing applications to modify her body shape and blur out any imperfections.
With her most recent saucy underwear snap, it's been suggested once again Chloe has been tinkering with her images before posting to her 3.7 million followers on Instagram.
Posing front of a bathroom mirror in nothing but a black and red lingerie set from her own clothing range, the TV personality captioned her racy selfie: "Wearing @ferry.body."
While many rushed to comment how "beaut" and "stunning" the star looked, others pointed out a suspicious looking reflection.
Chloe Ferry shared this stunning snap with her Instagram followers last week
"You forgot about the reflection, extremely warped," one follower commented under Chloe's post – pointing out the most obvious indication some retouching has taken place.
Another bluntly wrote: "Photoshop at background. Editing."
Chloe – and many other celebrities – are often caught out when it comes to editing their pictures thanks to mirrors, shadows and reflections.
Edges, bends or liquid looking surfaces in an image appearing a little distorted can also reveal if a snap has had a little bit of digital retouching.
The star baffled fans with this bizarre update last year
The football was clearly superimposed
Chloe's skimpy lingerie shoot isn't the first time the former Celebrity Big Brother has been caught tinkering with her pictures.
Back in July, the internet was baffled by the star's attempt to support the England football team with a bizarre Photoshop fail.
Captioning her infamous Instagram post "It's coming home baby!", Chloe posed in a neon pink ensemble next to a clearly superimposed football.
Squatting next to the imaginary pink football, the star was also accused of editing her face and figure for the strange snap.
The reality TV opened up about her body image
Over recent years, Chloe has been no stranger to Photoshop fails but doesn't seem phased by fans constantly pointing out the tell-tale signs.
In 2020, the reality TV star opened up about her issues with her body image and plastic surgery regrets.
After losing two stone earlier that year, Chloe the MailOnline she was keen to rebrand as a fitness influencer but still has hang-ups about her figure.
"I have good and bad day days, sometimes I look at my body and I'm not happy. I'm like no, I don't like the way I look at all," she confessed to the publication.
"When I feel like that I hit the gym, it pushes me to work out harder. I do it for the endorphins and it helps with mental health. If I am feeling low, I push myself myself harder."
"I am happy with the way I look and I don't plan anything else."
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