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Vogue Williams was accused of Photoshopping this crazy-looking bikini selfie (but didn't)

“I don’t even know how to use Photoshop,” she wrote.

A WEEK  AGO, Vogue Williams posted this photo to Instagram.

Users were quick, she says, to claim that her thighs and midsection were Photoshopped – pointing especially to the unusual-looking curves around the top of her legs.

Williams wrote in her Sunday World column yesterday that she also received several Instagram messages “telling me I didn’t need to Photoshop myself”.  She said people also noted that her ‘thigh gap’ looked odd.

But she insisted:

I didn’t Photoshop myself in this picture at all; I used filters, but I don’t even know if it’s possible to Photoshop a picture so small – and I don’t know how to use Photoshop either!

And the rest of her Instagram bears that out. The same lines are visible in this earlier training selfie:

And this one:

So, to recap: Vogue Williams’ figure is mad looking. That’s just how it is. No Photoshop required.

Source: Giphy

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