‘I don’t even know how’: Vogue hits out at thigh gap Photoshop claims

Irish beauty Vogue Williams regularly updates fans with behind-the-scenes snaps from shoots, showing off her downright AMAZING body.

Despite being very open about the gruelling lengths she goes to in the gym to keep her lean figure in check, Vogue was the subject of some controversy recently after one photo in particular earned her some negative attention.

Writing in her Sunday World column yesterday, Vogue referenced a photo she had posted last month showing her in underwear, a sweater and knee-high socks.

Many commenters suggested Vogue had Photoshopped the area around her thighs to make her legs look slimmer, pointing at her large thigh gap as evidence that editing software had been used.

"I posted a photo to my Instagram last week during a shoot I was doing. Now I know I shouldn’t read comments on websites but I can’t help myself sometimes," she said.

"I also got some direct mails on Instagram telling me I didn’t need to Photoshop myself, so I thought I would use this opportunity to set the record straight.

"I didn’t Photoshop myself in this picture at all, I used filters, but I don’t even know if it’s possible to Photoshop a picture so small.

And I don’t know how to use Photoshop either!"

If you're wondering how exactly Vogue does get her perfect body, we'd suggest ignoring those Photoshop claims and directing your attention to this:


A video posted by voguewilliams (@voguewilliams) on

Oh, and this:


Seriously shakey arms after this and a grid class with @mayasaffronhan @virginactiveway

A video posted by voguewilliams (@voguewilliams) on

That should clear things up.

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