Khloe Kardashian is the latest sister accused of having six toes

Khloe Kardashian has fallen victim to the same Photoshop curse that her sister Kim is no stranger to – fans have accused her of having six toes in her latest photo. 

The reality star, 37, shared a picture from her latest shoot for her Neon Swim range of swimwear for her Good American brand, but fans were distracted by her foot in the photo. 

Noticing an extra ‘bump’ on the side of her foot, some fans thought the mother-of-one had grown an extra toe, commenting: ‘Six toes?’ and ‘Those feet don’t look right.’

Others added: ‘What’s going on with the meat under the pinky toe?’ and ‘Omg you have the toe thing Kim does too?’

It comes after Kim, 40, had to tell her followers she does in fact only have five toes per foot last year, after she too was accused of having one extra. 

Sharing a video of her feet at the time, Kim explained: ‘Everyone thinks that I have six toes, and it’s really wild. 

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‘But it’s this, part of my foot, that when I wear a shoe just like this it like smashes down right here and in a picture. I don’t know why, it looks like a sixth toe.’

The ‘extra toe’ wasn’t the only thing fans thought was edited on Khloe’s photo, however, as many commented that her legs appeared to have been elongated too. 

They wrote: ‘Do her legs look extra long to you??’ and ‘R ur shins really this long tho’, wondering whether it may be Photoshop or just the angle making them appear so long. 

One sister who has recently been praised for not editing her photos is Kourtney Kardashian, 42, who shared a snap looking incredible in a bikini with cellulite visible. 

Fans were refreshed to see the ‘real’ image on their feed and that the star hadn’t airbrushed it out to give the impression it doesn’t exist. 

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