Kim Kardashian shares rare photos of True, Dream, Chicago, Saint & Stormi after getting ripped for photoshop kids

KIM Kardashian has hit back at haters who have complained about her kids’ recent photoshop by sharing a photo of some of her family’s little ones together.

She even included Kylie Jenner’s daughter, Stormi, for good measure.

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Kim Kardashian shared a rare photo of True, Dream, Chicago, Saint and StormiCredit: Unknown, clear with photo office
One of the cute family photos was photobombed by grandma Kris Jenner

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One of the cute family photos was photobombed by grandma Kris JennerCredit: Unknown, clear with photo office

In the undated photo, Stormi, four, joins Saint, six, Chicago, four, Khloe’s daughter True, four, as well as her brother Rob’s only child, Dream, five, seated behind a fire wall.

The toddlers smile and laugh as the camera pans around them.

In one shot, 66-year-old grandmother Kris Jenner can be seen entering the frame.

Kim simply captioned the photo, “Babies.”

Kim again criticized the
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DISNEY DEBAUCHERIE

The SKIMS founder recently came under fire for her photoshop failure.

Earlier this week, Kim revealed that she photographed her sister Khloe’s daughter, True, in her now infamous Disneyland photos.

In December, eagle-eyed fans claimed that someone had “mismodified” True’s face from someone else next to Chicago, Kim’s daughter.

The original photos showed Chicago beaming for the camera next to “True” on a trip to the attraction.

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After Khloe accidentally blurted out that the snaps were fake, Kim cleared up the controversy and revealed that she was the one who edited them.

The reality star said the person next to Chicago was actually her sister Kylie’s daughter, Stormi – and that she photographed Stormi at her brother’s request.

Kim started by explaining her Instagram grid’s color palette, writing on her Stories, “OK OK so you know I’m all about my aesthetic!

“And my IG grid has been pink and blue lately. Isn’t that so cute and well planned! The original photos were Stormi!

“However, I asked @kyliejenner if I could post them and she said [crying dace emoji] she wasn’t really feeling like she was posting right now and so I respect that!

“But it wasn’t going to ruin my IG feed. Chi wore pink and it fit perfectly.”

STORMI SKIN TONE

However, the model came under fire again a few days later for yet another offensive color tweak – darkening Stormi’s skin tone to match True’s skin tone in the photoshopped Disney photos.

Kim was called “disgusting” for editing the snaps, which critics said was “incredibly wrong”.

One shared a comparison of Stormi and True in the edited and unedited photos on Reddit and wrote, “KIM DARKEN STORMI’S HAND SKIN TO MATCH TRUE.

“I need everyone to seriously understand how disgusting and unbalanced this is. So incredibly wrong.”

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Another added, “I feel like Kim just made it worse. Like who the fuck photoshopping a kid for the ‘Instagram aesthetic’?! She’s really crazy.”

A third posted: “Okay. Because it honestly implies that kids are aesthetic. Like little props.”

Kim recently admitted to photographing her niece True's head on her other niece Stormi in December's Disneyland photos

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Kim recently admitted to photographing her niece True’s head on her other niece Stormi in December’s Disneyland photosCredit: Instagram
She was also criticized for darkening Stormi's skin to match True's skin tone in photoshopped Disney photos

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She was also criticized for darkening Stormi’s skin to match True’s skin tone in photoshopped Disney photosCredit: Instagram
Kim was even accused of altering her boyfriend Pete Davidson's nose in new Instagram photos

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Kim was even accused of altering her boyfriend Pete Davidson’s nose in new Instagram photosCredit: Instagram

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