Awk-wood! Amy Childs suffers Instagram blunder as she shares 'doctored photo' with bizarre wobbly door frame
It's long been known that celebrities and reality stars doctor their photos.
But Amy Childs has given her game away with a shocking lapse on Instagram.
The former TOWIE star, 26, posted a snap of herself in a doorway, donning a long pink jumper, completing her outfit with jeans and nude heels.
Oops: Former TOWIE star Amy, 26, posted a photo of herself in a doorway donning a long pink jumper, completing her outfit with jeans and nude heels - but it appeared to be 'doctored;
Looking closely at the image, the doorframe appears warped - suggesting it had been doctored - and Amy later deleted the photo.
The beauty captioned the photo 'Good Morning. It’s the perfect season to be wearing Roll Neck jumpers from @amychildscollection!'
Her blunder comes after Amy was the subject of heated debate last month when she took part in a hard-hitting campaign against cosmetic surgery despite being open about her plastic surgery in the past.
However, Amy, 26, has hit back at claims she is a hypocrite, insisting that she wants to prevent impressionable young men and women from making mistakes and rushing into cosmetic surgery.
Hitting back: Amy Childs insisted she is not a hypocrite after she was blasted for starring in a hard-hitting campaign against cosmetic surgery
She posted a picture of her campaign image on Instagram and wrote: "You may have seen my recent pic from @3DLipo’s #DyingToBeBeautiful campaign. Many people are calling me a hypocrite for getting involved in this campaign but I want to set the record straight. Being involved in this campaign doesn’t make me a hypocrite, it makes me educated.
"Yes, many people have pointed out I have in fact had surgery and I’m not going to deny that. I’ve always been open about the procedures I’ve had done and even more open about the mistakes I’ve made.
Disturbing: The former TOWIE star posed in a coffin for compelling photos to demonstrate that going under the knife to improve body appearance can be life threatening
Defending herself:Amy took to Instagram to hit back at her critics
"The reason for me getting involved with this campaign is to highlight to young, impressionable girls and boys out there (like I was myself) that you shouldn’t rush into the decision to go under the knife to change your body like I did. Technology and times have come along way and there are so many safe and effective non-surgical alternatives on the market that come with no risks like 3D-Lipo. I want everyone to explore every option given to them before they make any decision to change their appearance. Research and stay safe always."
Amy and her former TOWIE co-star Danielle Armstrong posed in coffins for gruesome photos to demonstrate that going under the knife to improve body appearance can be life threatening.
Grim: The shocking images juxtaposed the beauty of Amy, 26, and Danielle, 28, (pictured) with mocked-up blood and surgical instruments
The shocking images, taken in a pretend operating theatre, juxtaposed the beauty of Amy, and Danielle, 28, with mocked-up blood and surgical instruments.
The Essex stunners cut deathly figures under the blue lights, with their faces pale and lips blue - with the help of a little make up.
After posing for the disturbing images, the duo gave a piece to camera to deliver their anti-surgery message.
Amy, who had breast-enlargement surgery aged 18, joked that their day had been so 'random' - not least because they had to wear blue lipstick.
Danielle agreed: 'Girls stay away from the blue lipstick - you do look like you're about to die.'
Then the blonde beauty, who had a breast-enlargement operation in 2013, added: 'The message we want to give out to girls today is that you shouldn't be going under the knife.
'I know everyone on social media it's all about being size zero and being skinny but there is ways around it - obviously healthy dieting and exercise.' (sic)
Cosmetic surgery is becoming increasingly popular with over 51,000 Britons going under the knife in 2015.
Posing for the camera: After the disturbing photos were taken, the duo, who have both had breast-enlargement surgery, gave a piece to camera to deliver their anti-surgery message
That year saw a 12.6 per cent rise in invasive cosmetic procedures and a 20 per cent rise in demand for liposuction procedures for both men and women combined.
The exact number of deaths from cosmetic procedures in the UK has not been disclosed by the Department of Health and British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons but in 2007 the NHS saw over a 100 people admitted for post-surgery lipo complications.
Roy Cowley, Managing Director of 3D-Lipo, a non-surgical aesthetic specialist running the campaign, said: 'The message of our Dying To Be Beautiful Campaign is very simple. You don’t need to die to look great. We’re urging the UK to think before they go under the knife.'
Beauties: The Essex stunners cut deathly figures under the blue lights, with their faces pale and lips blue - with the help of a little make up - but were in higher spirits after the shoot
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