Olivia Newton-John's daughter Chloe Lattanzi has addressed the scrutiny she has faced for flaunting a "smaller waist" in some photos as opposed to others.
Taking to Instagram, the 31-year-old singer and actress said the fluctuations in her figure come down to different ways of wearing clothes, and not any digital alteration of her images.
"It's called pinning and fitting clothes," she wrote, before talking about one of her most recent photo shoots. "Some shirts were to big so they photographed wider, then we pinned them so my waist was more enhanced (sic)."
Chloe explained she has chosen to address this issue, so "I don't have people thinking I photo shop (sic)".
The blonde star regularly shares snaps of herself on social media, and it was only last month that fans expressed concern over her very slender figure and tiny-looking waist.
She had posed for a shot in a strapless crop top and jeans and seemed to have a cigarette in her mouth with the caption, “98% angel”.
One follower then commented: “This photo is unhealthy. Pls eat something (sic)".
Another said the star looked “too skinny” adding “a woman needs curves with some weight”.
But others just thought it was her natural figure, pointing out her mum was very slender when starring as Sandy in Grease.
Some also criticised her for what looked like a cigarette in her mouth, particularly as her mother is currently battling cancer.
“Your mum is battling cancer and you post a picture smoking cigarette? I think you are cool but this may not get the best response,” a fan wrote.
Someone else simply said: “Lose the ciggie, not cool.”
One fan did point out that the cigarette was not lit and could just be for “modeling purposes (sic)”.
Her mother Olivia Newton-John recently announced that she’s fighting breast cancer again, 25 years after first battling the disease.
The 68-year-old opened up to People magazine about her progress, revealing that she’s already started treatment and is feeling “confident” about making a full recovery.