She is previously been called out for photoshopping photos of herself and is a regular target for online trolls.
But it seems Faryal Makhdoom, 31 – the wife of boxer Amir Khan – has taken matters into her own hand – disabling comments on a recent photo that appears may have been filtered or edited.
In her latest photo on Instagram, the influencer can be seen pouting in a metallic green jumpsuit with large bow and cinched waste – with no comments allowed.
Yet in an earlier picture from the same event with her husband, taken on the red carpet, it seemed the outfit was a slightly darker shade, her face appeared incredibly smooth and doll-like and her waist a little more defined.
The photo on Instagram appeared to show Faryal with a slightly cinched waist, while the colour of her jump suit also changed
The couple were pictured attended the re-opening of Ling Ling in Dubai three days ago.
It tied in with lavish opening of the luxury resort Atlantis, attended by celebrities from around the globe.
A photograph shows the couple standing together, with Faryal smiling at the camera.
Yet on Instagram, a similar photo shows Faryal in what seems to be a heavily-edited version with a cinched waist.
She is also highly made-up, while the comments on the post were also disabled.
The couple were originally pictured together attending the opening of LingLing in Dubai
Unusually, the American-born influencer disabled comments on the photo, which received 20.5k likes
It is not the first time Faryal has seemingly photoshopped herself.
In 2021, the model’s waist looked very distorted in the picture as she posed beside her son Muhammad, 14 months, on a swing in Dubai.
Wearing a tight black sleeveless top, her midriff looked tiny and had grey blurred lines along the outline.
Oops: Amir Khan’s wife Faryal Makhdoom appeared to suffer a major photoshop fail around her waist in a new snap uploaded to her Instagram
Edited? The 29-year-old model’s waist looked very distorted in the picture as she posed beside her son
Fans on Instagram were quick to point out the photoshop in 2021. But this time, comments were disabled
Her trousers also appeared to look crumpled and not in line with her hips and waist in the picture.
Her followers were quick to point out the blunder in the comments section, accusing her of editing her images.
One wrote: ‘Very nice pic….But we can clearly see the photoshop.’
Another said: ‘Why would you edit your waist like that’, as another stated: ‘Waist is definitely photoshopped, but you look great’.
A fourth said: ‘Forgot to photoshop your jeans luv, while a fifth commented saying: ‘Stop the editing girl you don’t need it’.
The former model has also hit back in the past at online trolls.
In 2020, she slammed trolls for their viscous comments on her appearance.
She wrote: ‘Uploaded a simple pic on my Instagram and the non-stop vicious comments have started. Like p**s off…’
The influencer continued: ‘Leave me the f**k alone.. jog on with ur sad life and stop obsessing over mine.
‘The energy you waste giving someone hate, putting them down. Using words like transgender, s**t, b***h.. haven’t your parents raised you well with that potty mouth!
‘The worst bit is that it’s the men that are the worst. LOL’ (sic).
Hitting back: However, Faryal was left upset after being inundated with cruel comments from trolls calling her derogatory terms
And in April 2022, she also dismissed online criticism of her jet-setting lifestyle with her husband after she was accused of abandoning their three children.
The TV personality raises young daughters Lamaisah, eight, Alayna, four, and son Muhammad, two, with the Bolton based boxer, but has been repeatedly accused of overlooking her parental responsibilities while travelling the world.
However she insists the criticism levelled at her on social media, where she keeps followers regularly updated on her movements, is unjustified because she is a working mother.
Discussing the issue during Thursday evening’s edition of Meet The Khans: Big In Bolton, Faryal, 30, described herself as a constant presence in her children’s lives, but admitted she was juggling parenthood with a professional career.
She said: ‘I enjoy being a full-time mum, at the same time I also work. So, I’m not as hands on as other mothers are.
‘There’s a lot of pressure, like on social media, with people saying why aren’t you with your kids, and why are you travelling? It’s a bit unfair because you are more than just a mum.’
The couple wed in 2013, and now live in Manchester.
They split for six months in 2017 after Amir, from Bolton, was caught up in cheating scandals.
They got back together and now often spend time in Dubai.