MOOD: Real Housewife Kim Zolciak photoshopped her infant’s lips to make them look bigger
This is the realest
We should never have expected anything less from Kim Zolciak, the surgery princess of the Real Housewives oeuvre, but she has edited a photo of her infant daughter to make her lips look bigger.
Look at this throwback portrait of Ariana Biermann, posted by Atlanta power mom Kim, a couple days ago:
Now look at the same photo, which Kim posted in 2016:
Zoom in and you'll see that in Photo #1, Ariana (who looks about three or four years old) has way bigger lips that in Photo #2:
Did Kim touch up a baby photo? Her fans certainly think so. And is this actually good parenting? Consider: her daughter Ariana is currently denying rumors that she has had a load of work done on her face. "I'm so over people asking me this, I am 16 dude I’ve had no plastic surgery what so ever," she posted on Instagram.
So is Kim (who did admit giving her older daughter Brielle lip injections once she turned 18) trying to retroactively edit Ariana's photos to make it look like she's always had the lips of Kylie Jenner? Seems like it.
Bonus content: Kim Zolciak's smash hit single, Google Me
Research me, you'll find me
Click them keys and Google me
I'm not a material girl, some just may think it
'Till I let them into my world
You know me best, better than all the rest
Dolce Gabana, Chanel, and Prada
Home and not a, a damn thing
Now it's a shame you played those games
I'm not the same as them, the same as them
My name is Kim Zolciak
You can find me on your TV screen
Do your research honey
Click them keys, Google me
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