A major magazine, Elle France, is in hot water after readers accused the mag of Photoshopping out one of Meghan Markle's signature facial features.

Elle France appears to have airbrushed out Markle's freckles on the cover of its latest issue.

The alleged Photoshop job is extra painful, considering how Meghan Markle has been extremely outspoken about her biracial identity in the past. She's often discussed how casting directors didn't know what to do with her because of her appearance.

"Was I Latina? Sephardic? Exotic Caucasian?" she once told Allure. "Add the freckles to the mix and it created quite the conundrum."

Plus, in the past Markle has expressed her disgust with photographers who airbrush out her freckles.

Meghan Markle freckle photoshop
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“To this day, my pet peeve is when my skin tone is changed and my freckles are airbrushed out of a photo shoot,” she said. 

“For all my freckle-faced friends out there, I will share with you something my dad told me when I was younger: ‘A face without freckles is a night without stars.'"

The magazine also appears to have Photoshopped out the mole above her lip.

Meghan Markle Photoshop
photo: Splash

C'mon, Elle France. Plus, what message does that send to readers out there with moles and freckles?

Unlike Elle France's cover, Vanity Fair's cover story on Markle celebrated her freckles.

photo: Splash

Markle even expressed how happy she was to work with a photographer who would leave her freckles alone:

“I gave [photographer Peter Lindbergh] a big hug and said, ‘I am so excited to work with you because I know we will finally be able to see my freckles!’"

So where are the freckles, Elle France? Where's her mole?

Meghan Markle photoshop
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