Lily Cole and ex Enrique Murciano in photo cropping feud

Lily Cole and her ex Enrique Murciano have apparently fallen out after the actor cropped the model out of a photo.

The trouble started when Enrique shared a picture on Instagram of himself in Venice with Lily a few years ago – but with the cover girl cropped out of the snap.

The American actor, who is thought to have shared the old picture of himself in black tie because he was in Venice at the weekend, captioned it: “The good ones wear black…. #venice #instadaily #selfie #love #life #vintage #moment.”

Lily, who split from Enrique in 2011 after dating for more than two years, hit back by sharing the deleted section of the same picture – her face.

Enrique, 42, responded in the comments section: “I was being respectful. :)))))).”

He then wrote: “@lilycole haaaaaaaaaaaaaaa….. Your so fucking funny. How dare you???????”

Enrique also tweeted “Better?” and the hashtag “#apparentlycroppingyourexoutofphotoswhen…” and shared a link to another picture.

That image is no longer available but the Daily Mail reported that it was a photo of the couple holding hands.

Lily, 28, and her partner Kwame Ferreira welcomed a daughter last year.

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