Kylie Jenner took New York Fashion Week by storm, but her bodyguards did some storming of their own. They body-checked Jessica Alba while she was exiting a show, and now the ‘KUWTK’ star is making up for their misdeeds.
Jessica Alba, 34, is showing off the sweet gesture Kylie Jenner, 18, made after her bodyguards got rough with the actress/businesswoman at a New York Fashion Week show. There’s nothing like a beautiful floral arrangement to mend fences!
“Wow! Came home to the most beautiful flower tree I’ve ever seen! Thank you Kylie Jenner, you are a sweetheart!! So thoughtful,” Jessica shared on her Instagram on Sept. 19. The Honest Company president showed off a photo of a gorgeous arrangement that featured all while florals ranging from roses to orchids.
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The flowers were presented to Jessica after a shocking report claimed Jess was manhandled by Kylie’s bodyguards following a fashion show on Sept. 13. “After the show, trying to leave the venue, it was very crowded. Everyone was in the crush and Jessica had stopped briefly to say hi to someone when all of a sudden from behind came Jenner’s bodyguards. They just shoved Jessica out of the way. She just looked astonished!” Page Six reported.
Jessica dished about the incident to Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live earlier this week. “I was just really shocked!” she told the host. “It was a real push?” Andy asked. “I got body-checked!” Jessica explained. “And it was like by two of ’em. I was like, ‘Whoa! Whoa! What’s happening?’ I thought there was like a fire. I was like, ‘What’s going on?’ But I guess someone was just leaving the building. It was really shocking.”
To her credit, Jessica remained calm and didn’t diss on Kylie. After all, it was the bodyguards and not the style queen that did the body-checking. Obviously, Kylie was mortified by the news of what they did, resulting in the sweet gesture of sending Jessica flowers in apology.
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— Beth Shilliday