Many fans liked how festive the family looked, but some sharp-eyed people on social media noticed that some of the photos seemed to have been distorted and heavily edited.
The Kardashians and Jenners on their annual Christmas party
Kim Kardashian seems to have heard that fans think she changed her family's Christmas photo because she posted a video on social media to refute these claims. This year, Kourtney Kardashian threw a fancy Christmas Eve party, and as usual, the Kardashian family posted photos from the event on social media.
In one picture, Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, Kris, Kylie, and Kendall Jenner posed in front of a big red Christmas tree. Fans, however, noticed that everyone was looking in the wrong direction and thought that the family members had taken separate photos and then had them photoshopped together.
Kim Kardashian, who is 42 years old, shut down claims that she edited a Christmas Eve photo of her family.
Fans said that Kim edited the group photo she took with her sisters and mom Kris Jenner at Kourtney Kardashian's Christmas Eve party, so Kim shared a behind-the-scenes look at the expensive photoshoot a few days after the party to show that she didn't edit any of her family members.
Kim's Instagram Story video showed the six KarJenner women posing in their formal clothes, just like they did in the original photo. Kim wore a beautiful silver dress with two straps, one thin and one much thicker. After going blonde for the Met Gala, she went back to her natural long brown hair.
So, even though the Kardashians and Kim in particular have been caught photoshopping in the past, that wasn't the case on Christmas Eve. Kim didn't say anything about the photoshop rumors when she posted the video to clear her name, but we can be sure that her goal was to show the haters that they were wrong.
Kim recently said that she doesn't pay much attention to the bad things people say about her family. But she couldn't turn a blind eye to the Christmas photoshop scandal. If people say false things about her family, she has no trouble showing them that they are wrong.
Most of the time, fans are right when they say that the Kardashian family photoshopped their pictures, but this time, they were way off. Who can blame them, though, when the Kardashians are known for posting photos that have been edited on social media without saying that they have been edited?
Fans thought they saw other things in the photos that showed they were edited, besides the fact that the family was looking in different directions. Even though Kim's video showed that the family did pose as a group, that doesn't mean that the final picture wasn't changed.
If the family didn't like how one person looked in the group photo, they might have had an editor take a different photo of that person and edit it into a picture where everyone else looked good.
Fans would think that The Kardashians stars could do anything. They might never find out what really happened with the Kardashian Christmas 2022 photo, which is a shame.
Kim posed for the Christmas Eve family picture between her sisters Kourtney, 43, and Khloe, 38. Their sisters Kylie Jenner, 25, and Kendall Jenner, 27, and their mother, Kris, 67, also came. Khloe, Kendall, and Kris, along with the other half of the family, wore beautiful red gowns.
Kylie wore a low-cut Mugler dress that matched Stormi Webster's outfit. Last but not least, Kourtney, who hosted the party with her new husband Travis Barker, wore an angelic white tulle dress with a scrunched flower detail and a sheer skirt.
Since 2019, when the COVID-19 pandemic happened, this was the first KarJenner Christmas Eve party since then. This year, the famous family went all out. Mindy Weiss planned an event and even asked Sia to perform at it. There's nothing like a Kardashian-Jenner party, especially around the holidays!
Kim Kardashian is seemingly clearing the air about her family's viral holiday photograph. Kim Kardashian was accused of photoshopping a family Christmas photo for the nth time.
Social media commenters, however, were convinced the portrait was fake, with the widespread belief that separate images of the business tycoons had been composited to make it look like they were in the same shot. There were even TikTok videos devoted to criticizing what their creators saw as Photoshop mistakes.