Kylie Jenner apologises to Jessica Alba for biff

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KYLIE Jenner sent Jessica Alba flowers after her bodyguards "body checked" her at New York Fashion Week.

The 18-year-old reality star appears to have made amends with the 'Sin City' actress, who recently revealed she was shoved out of the way at a party by Kylie's security team.

Jessica, 34, posted a picture of the "beautiful" bouquet on her Instagram, writing: "Wow! Came home to the most beautiful flower tree I've ever [seen]! Thank you @kyliejenner you are a sweetheart!! So thoughtful. (sic)"

Earlier this week, the actress opened up about the "shocking" incident on 'Watch What Happens Live' with Andy Cohen.

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

"I thought there was like a fire. Like, I was like, 'What's going on?'" she recalled. "Um, but I guess someone was just leaving the building."

She added: "It was shocking."

The New York Post's Page Six first reported the incident revealing that Jessica looked "astonished" by the actions of Kylie's team.

An insider said: "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!"

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