Anne Hathaway Apologizes for Throwing 'Unintended Shade' at the Kardashians

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The Oscar winner explained the misunderstanding saying it's 'not my style.'

She may star in Alice in Wonderland, but there’s no tea here! Anne Hathaway quickly apologized on Instagram after she posted a controversial meme that dissed the Kardashian clan. The original meme featured a photo of Hathaway’s Through the Looking Glass co-star Helena Bonham Carter and read “In a world of Kardashians, be Helena Bonham Carter.”

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The Oscar-winning actress deleted the photo, and posted the message, “Post removed for unintended shade thrown.”

She captioned the message, saying, “It never occurred to me I was pitting anyone against each other. Not my style. Peace x.”

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After clarifying her intentions online, Hathaway attended the Hollywood premiere of her fantastical film wearing a flower-covered Christopher Kane dress.

“I've known Christopher for many years, and I love him,” she told ET’s Carly Steel. “When I think of a great English designer, I think of him, and he's so idiosyncratic and so talented. So I just reached out to him and said, ‘Want to just let your imagination go wild?’ And he made this!”

Alice Through the Looking Glass hits theaters on Friday, May 27.