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Is This Kim Kardashian’s Biggest Photoshop Fail EVER? Reality Star's Right Arm Goes Missing In Bizarre Instagram Snap

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Is marriage and motherhood distracting Kim Kardashian from her day job — making sure her Instagram photos are picture-perfect? The photoshop queen stunned fans last week when she posted a photo that appeared to show her waist whittled and arm cropped off at the elbow, and only RadarOnline.com has all the details on what exactly happened with the photo.

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Kardashian posted a photo of herself in Cannes with BFF Jonathan Cheban earlier this month, writing on the shot “where’s my arm lol”

Fans were quick to weigh in, with one @vanstickkyhannah even writing, “I love u but u look like an amputee.” So was it a case of editing gone awry? Photoshop expert Giles Fabris of LookBetterOnline.com says in this case, no!

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“It really does look strange,” Fabris tells Radar, “But it’s just one of those weird photos. It doesn’t appear to be photoshopped.” “Here’s what it is,” he explained. “At our right, their left, they have like a thousand watt or two-thousand watt bulb. You can see it on her arm and his leg.”

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“It’s just the shadow on his suit that makes it look weird,” he says, not any photoshop to trim Cheban’s midsection. “It’s this halogen light that is shining from another boat and their faces are obscured. they’ve got a tower or something above them and there’s a boat to the left,” he claims. “It’s just the superbright light that made it look like that.”

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Are you surprised the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star didn’t photoshop this pic? Let us know in the comments!

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