Updated 08:10 AM EST, Fri, Jan 21, 2022

Kylie Jenner Gives Jessica Alba Flowers After Bodyguard Incident at New York Fashion Week

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It looks like the controversy between Jessica Alba and Kylie Jenner has been put to rest.

Alba, 34, recently shared a photo of a bouquet of flowers she received from Jenner, 18. The actress revealed that the teenager's bodyguards jostled her out of the way during last week's Opening Ceremony runway show as part of New York Fashion Week.

"Wow! Came home to the most beautiful flower tree I've ever [seen]! Thank you @kyliejenner you are a sweetheart!! So thoughtful," Alba wrote on Instagram on Friday accompanied by a snapshot of the flowers. Check out the arrangement below.

In an interview with Andy Cohen on Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live" last week, the founder of The Honest Company recounted what happened at NYFW and aired out her own take on the event.

"I was just really shocked," Alba said, as quoted by E! News. "I got like body checked."

She continued, "It was by two of them. I was like, 'Whoa! Whoa! What's happening?' I thought there was like a fire. 'What's going on?' But I guess someone was just leaving the building. So, yeah, I don't know. It was really shocking."

Alba doesn't blame the reality star in the incident. "I'm sure they don't know when it's happening," she said in the interview, as reported by E! News.

The Honest Company Offers 16 Weeks of Paid Maternity and Paternity Leaves

Alba recently announced that the Honest Company will start offering new parents 16 weeks of paid maternity and paternity leaves in 2016, according to a separate report from E! News.

The Family and Medical Leave Act entitles eligible employees to 12 unpaid weeks of leave, but many are unable to comply because of financial issues, the Department of Labor said. The department also said that paid maternity leaves "can increase female labor force participation by making it easier for women to stay in the workforce after giving birth," which then leads to economic growth, E! News noted.

"I love when we hire people who are parents, because I know they are going to multitask," Alba said, as quoted by the news outlet.

Just recently, it was reported that Alba's company is expanding to cosmetics and skin care through the Honest Beauty collection. According to Vanity Fair, Honest Beauty offers more than 80 natural products free of toxic ingredients such as parabens and formaldehyde carriers. The products, which are aimed to customers aged 15 to 35, are affordable with prices that range from $8 to $40.

Alba co-founded The Honest Company in 2011 alongside Christopher Gavigan, Sean Kane, and Brian Lee, E! News listed.

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