Everyone and their grandma know the Kardashians love their aesthetics. Kim Kardashian might just be the one who likes them the most in the family.

In a seemingly cute attempt to keep her lately blue-and-pink Instagram aesthetic going, she posted a picture of her family's kids in pink dresses in early January 2022. However, the internet quickly exposed the picture to be photoshopped.

Kim had photoshopped her niece True’s face onto Stormi’s body, and the internet went bonkers over that. Now, people are calling Kim out for the stunt, and she has responded.

Kim Kardashian Photoshopped True’s Face onto Stormi’s Body

The first person to call Kim out on her shenanigans was a TikToker, @maiachondrialmembrane, in January 2022. The pictures Kim posted were from the family's trip to Disneyland in October 2021.

The two photos she posted were candids of Chicago and True while at Disneyland. However, as the TikToker pointed out, Chicago's body looked sharper, but True's looked blurry.

Maia then alleged after further analysis that Kim had photoshopped True's face onto Stormi Webster, Kylie Jenner's daughter's body.

What's even weirder, the original picture with Chicago and Stormi in-frame was available on the internet. So, Kim couldn't have gotten away with this for long.

According to Page Six, after the fashion mogul came across this on their site, she took to her Instagram on April 26, 2022, to reveal exactly why she did the photoshopping.

"OK OK sooooo you know I am all about my aesthetic! And my IG grid is pink and blue lately. Isn’t it so cute and well planned out," she wrote in her Instagram story, posting a screenshot of her most recent Instagram grid.

She then explained how everything played out.

"The original [Disneyland] pics were Stormi! However I asked @kyliejenner if I could post them," she detailed. But, after Kylie refused to post them immediately, she just took matters into her own hands.

Kim Kardashian explained why she photoshopped True's face onto Stormi's body on Instagram.

Kim Kardashian explained why she photoshopped True's face onto Stormi's body on Instagram. (Photo: Kim Kardashian/Instagram)

"But it wasn’t going to mess up my IG feed. Chi was wearing pink and it matched perfectly," she added.

Then, in the next story, she posted a collage of the original and photoshopped pictures, and wrote, "It wasn't the aesthetic I was going for and I can own up to that! You know how much a good aesthetic means to my soul."

So, not letting Kylie ruin her grid, she superimposed True's face onto Stormi's body, changed the color of her pants from orange to pink, and uploaded the picture. She even joked, thanking True for "taking one for the team," followed by a laugh-cry emoji.

Kim wasn't the only one to do this, though. In early April 2022, Khloe Kardashian, too, admitted she had done the same thing.

She did that because she found it difficult to admit True's first time at Disneyland was in April 2022, and she was not there in October 2021 with the rest of the family.

Kim Kardashian’s Other Photoshop Accusations

Other than this, Kim has recently been accused of editing a few other posts. They are related to her boyfriend, Pete Davidson, and her belly button.

On April 11, 2022, Kim posted two cute snaps of her and Pete getting cozy at a restaurant. In the pictures, the comedian had his hands around her, and they were not facing the camera.

Fans immediately noticed something off with his jawline and nose, and the photo editing rumors started again.

Kim, though, tried to shut down these rumors quickly. On April 26, 2022, she uploaded a live photo of the two to prove that the picture wasn't photoshopped.

"Hmmm...I guess Pete's jawline is snatched! Snatched to the point u guys thought I photoshopped it!!!," she wrote on her Instagram stories. She admitted to adding a grainy filter, but counter-questioned the speculators, "How do you photoshop a live photo? Asking for a friend."

In another instance, on pictures she posted on April 24, 2022, many speculated she had edited her belly button out. She simply dismissed these speculations as "dumb."