Kylie Jenner sends Jessica Alba flowers to apologise for NYFW security incident

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Reality television star Kylie Jenner raised her family's concern when she started to become secretive after Caitlyn Jenner's transition. Here she arrives at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles, California, August 30, 2015. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok

There appears to be no bad blood between actress Jessica Alba and reality star Kylie Jenner, despite a New York Fashion Week incident between Alba and Jenner’s security team. Jenner has since sent an apology, and the actress appears to have put the incident behind her.

“Wow! Came home to the most beautiful flower tree I've ever _! Thank you @kyliejenner you are a sweetheart!! So thoughtful,” said Alba, as she captioned a photo on her Instagram. In the photo, a massive flower arrangement is on display on her kitchen countertop.

A tall, clear vase is filled with water and greenery, while the top explodes into a tree-shaped arrangement of white roses, hydrangeas and cascading orchids. Alba posted the photo on Friday night, Sept. 18, just a few days after she spoke about the New York Fashion Week, or NYFW incident.

In an interview with Andy Cohen on an episode of “Watch What Happens Live,”  which aired last Wednesday, Sept. 16, Alba recalled the incident which took place on Sunday. She said that while she was in the crowd of people who were leaving the opening ceremony of New York Fashion Week, she got “body checked” by two of Jenner’s bodyguards.

Alba also admitted that Jenner probably wasn’t aware of what took place. Despite not expecting an apology, Alba was clearly pleased with Jenner’s grand gesture. Both women were in New York, along with a host of other celebrities and fashion industry big wigs, to attend the Fashion Week shows and festivities.

Kylie’s older sister Kendall Jenner walked the runway for several prestigious labels like Givenchy and Diane Von Furstenberg. Their other sisters Kourtney, Kim and Khloe were also in the city.

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