Anne Hathaway apologizes for Kardashian dig

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!”