Jessica Mulroney took to Instagram on Thursday to post a story sharing a picture of herself with her daughter Isabel. The Canadian stylist was excitedly revealing a new project on her social media account.
She wrote: “Just finished a project I’ve been working on for a month that will focus on helping marginalised communities across Canada.
“Now for some cuddle time.”
Ms Mulroney did not give details about the project but later asked her followers to send her a message if they had “computers they no longer use”.
She revealed enthusiastically that 1500 computers had been donated in just one hour.
She said: “I love my followers. Thank you. Let’s keep going.”
Earlier this week, Ms Mulroney posted on social media for the first time since June.
She shared a video of her twin sons celebrating their tenth birthday.
She wrote: “Happy tenth to my twin babies. My incredible family have had to witness mum in the worst state.
“These two boys have not left my side and gave me the will to live and work hard when everything fell apart.
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Ms Mulroney wrote: “Enough of this tabloid fake news. Just stop.”
The post comes two months after Ms Mulroney said she would be taking a break from social media to “reflect, learn and listen”.
Ms Mulroney’s public dispute with Ms Exeter caused her to be fired from her role on Good Morning America.
It also saw her reality show, I do, Redo, axed by the Canadian television network CTV.
Ms Mulroney released a public apology to Ms Exeter after the influencer said the stylist had left her “shaking with fear” following a dispute over race.
In June Ms Exeter said Ms Mulroney had “taken offence to a very generic call to action” posted online.
She said the two women argued about the importance of “speaking up”.
Ms Exeter said she felt Ms Mulroney “threatened” her during the row.
She said Ms Mulroney wrote to the influencer: “You think your voice matters. Well it only matters if you express it with kindness and without shaming people who are simply trying to learn. Good luck.”