Miranda Kerr caught Photoshopping her curves for Instagram

Model Miranda Kerr has been accused of digitally altering her appearance in a photo that she re-posted on her Instagram account.

The picture, which was originally taken backstage at a Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in 2012, shows Kerr posing with fellow models Doutzen Kroes and Alessandra Ambrosio.

However, some of Kerr’s 2.5 million followers have claimed that the new version of the image features a significantly slimmer torso than the original.

Kerr, who is now 30 years old, re-posted the photo with the caption “Sending love and best wishes to the #vsangels from Japan xxx.”

The photo quickly drew criticism from some of her followers, with one commenter writing, “Such a shame about the photoshopping! She is amazing already and doesn’t need it.”

This is not the first time that Kerr has faced accusations of digitally altering her appearance.

Fashion magazines have long been criticized for their use of Photoshop and other editing tools to alter the appearance of models and actresses, and the issue has been the subject of much debate within the industry.

While it is not uncommon for models and celebrities to use Photoshop and other editing tools to touch up their photos, the use of such tools can be controversial when it is used to significantly alter the appearance of the subject.

This is especially true when the subject is already thin or conventionally attractive, as it can send the message that even these individuals are not satisfied with their natural appearance.

Kerr, who is widely considered one of the world’s top models, has not yet commented on the accusations of Photoshopping.

The incident serves as a reminder of the power of technology and the importance of being mindful of the messages that we send through our social media posts.

With the rise of social media and the increasing importance of online image, it is more important than ever to be aware of the impact of our online actions.

While it is natural to want to present ourselves in the best light possible, it is important to remember that authenticity is often more valued than perfection.

By being genuine and true to ourselves, we can inspire others to do the same and create a more positive and inclusive online community.