"Where is your other leg. Did you photoshop it out?" one confused follower asked. "Love you and love this but where is your leg? What's happened here?" another asked.
"Did they edit your leg off? Please explain ASAP."
After noticing accusations that she'd suffered an epic editing blunder, she cleared the air on social media— and even recreated the snap, just to prove her followers wrong.
"Alright, we've had like 50,000 questions on the picture [asking], 'Where's your leg?' I've got two legs, as you can see," the reality TV veteran said. "I am going to show you that it wasn't photoshopped, I am just really unfit so he had to hold me!"
"It looks invisible, but there it is," Julian said while showing that the former Gogglebox star's leg was tucked behind his back.
"So that's what happened. So we thought we'd just show you, because there's no Photoshop," Angie concluded.
Well, that makes so much sense!
This isn't the first time Angie has taken to social media to defend herself against backlash from her followers. Earlier this week, she was slammed for an insensitive post advertising sunscreen whilst also referencing the ongoing and deeply devastating Australian bushfires.
Dressed in a plunging orange swimsuit whilst promoting a series of Bondi Sand's products, the TV star captioned the post: “We have been praying for the rain. Our country needs it. So many amazing people, companies, business etc. have donated their time and money to support people in need across the nation.
“One of my favourites @bondisands have donated $100k to the @salvosau and @wireswildliferescue and have released products with proceeds going to the cause. “As much as we want the rain we've got to be thankful for our glorious sun too,” the 29-year-old continued.
Angie then urged her fans to visit their local Priceline in order to purchase the products.
Just moments after sharing the ad, she received the angry wrath of dozens of Australians who claimed she was using the bushfires crisis to spruik a product for financial gain.
“You’re promoting sunscreen??!! Gees girl! Talk about being paid for the Instagram post....shame on you, shame shame shame #heartless,” a raging follower wrote.
“This some f**ked up sh*t that you can turn the fires into an ad for fake tan. SMH,” another added.
She later hit back at the savage trolls, admitting she'd "do anything to raise money for the fires".
“Not fake tan dolls. It's sunscreen. I'd do anything to raise money for the fires yes. Seeing negative in a positive situation? Not what we want up in here,” she replied to a user.
“How come people can't make money to live and give their money to the fires? I'm doing both. Everyone has to eat,” she responded to another fan.