Chloe Ferry accused of ‘photoshop fail’ as she poses in miniskirt during holiday in Magaluf

Chloe showed off her tiny waist in a mini skirt and matching top. (Picture: Instagram/@ chloegshore1)Chloe showed off her tiny waist in a mini skirt and matching top. (Picture: Instagram/@ chloegshore1)
Chloe showed off her tiny waist in a mini skirt and matching top. (Picture: Instagram/@ chloegshore1) | Instagram/@ chloegshore1
Chloe has previously revealed that she spent over £50,000 on plastic surgery.

Chloe Ferry has once again been accused of photoshopping her pictures. The Geordie Shore star, 27, from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, is currently on holiday and has been posting snaps to her Instagram account.

The reality tv star has taken her mum, Liz, to Magaluf as celebrations continue for her 60th birthday. She presented her mum with a stunning glittery hat with the number 60 embellished in jewels on the front as they headed to the airport last week. It is the second time Chloe has been on holiday abroad this month after she jetted off to Marbella with pals, including co-stars Sophie Kasaei and Abbie Holborn.

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In her latest snap, Chloe showed off her tiny waist in a mini skirt and matching top as she posed on a crossing. She captioned the post: “Don’t cross me, baby.” However, fans were not convinced about the star’s extremely slender figure and accused her of photoshopping her pictures.

One person wrote: “Oh boy. There’s some bad photoshop going on here.” Another said: “Please don’t photoshop, Chloe. You don’t need to.” Someone else said: “Photoshopping to make a twig look even skinner - what a fantastic example to set to impressionable young women and girls.”

Others rushed to her defence, with one person saying: “Some of these comments are awful, looks gorgeous.” Someone else hit back: “so what…. I mean what affect does it have on you and your life really??”

Chloe has previously revealed that she spent over £50,000 on plastic surgery in order to obtain the face and body she had craved since joining the cast of Geordie Shore. She also says that her incredible body transformation is a result of hours in the gym while confessing that she’s still not happy with how she looks. She told The Mirror: “My attitude to surgery is that if you want to have something done, you should get it. Surgery boosts my confidence, and I think I’m addicted now. If you look at me compared to when I started Geordie Shore. There’s a huge difference."

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