From brunching on the shores of Lake Como to glamming it up outside the Louvre, Amelia Liana's Instagram feed looks like the incredibly luxe travel photos we all want to have.
But it looks like the beauty and fashion blogger's lustworthy holiday snaps might be too good to be true after she was accused of doctoring her photos.
The social media star was forced to deny accusations she might be faking her photos after a few inconsistences were pointed out by travel savvy fans.
After posting an idyllic shot of herself outside the Taj Mahal which has been undergoing restoration work - some questioned why there wasn't any scaffolding surrounding the iconic landmark.
Another shot posted by the 26-year-old Londoner of the New York skyline also had others pointing out that the Freedom Tower was conspicuously missing.
The speculation saw Amelia posting her 'image principles' on her website in an attempt to answer her critics.
"All my imagery is actually shot at the time in the location I specify," the post read.
"I like to develop my skills and may use all available techniques to enhance, sharpen or smarten my images. This may include improving the light, tidying the background and other enrichments, but always in a way that is representative to the true setting and always in a way that reflects my aesthetic."