Here's Why Kylie Jenner Is Apologizing to Jessica Alba

We can all breathe a bit easier now.

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Update, 9/19: Kylie Jenner sure made a spectacle of herself at New York Fashion Week. Modeling for Yeezy Season 2 and sitting front row at Alexander Wang and Prabal Gurung, the teen reality queen was a constant fixture at this year's events. 

However, Jenner's presence was most felt (literally) by Jessica Alba at the Opening Ceremony presentation. During an appearance on Watch What Happens Live, the actress told host Andy Cohen how she was hassled by the 18-year-old's bodyguards at the show. 

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While Alba described the experience as "really shocking," even more shocking is the gesture made on Jenner's part to try and say sorry for the NYFW snafu: a *gorgeous* floral arrangement. C'est klassy!

"Wow! Came home to the most beautiful flower tree I've ever [seen]!" Alba wrote on Instagram. "Thank you @kyliejenner you are a sweetheart!! So thoughtful."

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It's safe to say this apology has been more than accepted. 

Original story, 9/17: Jessica Alba got a rude awakening during NYFW. No, it wasn't huge crowds or pushy seat-stealers or (gasp!) a broken heel. It was the fame of someone else, all up in her grill. (Quite literally.)

While on Watch What Happens Live, the actress and entrepreneur told Andy Cohen that she was hassled by Kylie Jenner's bodyguards at the Opening Ceremony show. 

"I got like body checked," she said. "Yeah, and it was like, by two of them. I was like, 'Whoa, whoa! What's happening?'"

Alba told Cohen that she thought it was a real emergency for her to be that forcibly moved. "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 just really shocking." 

And there you have it—even famous people can't come close to those Kardashian-Jenners without some serious manhandling. (So don't even try.) 

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