Looks like Kourtney Kardashian isn't up for talking about her sister Kim Kardashian West's Paris robbery.
The 37-year-old reality star appeared on Australia's Today Extra on Thursday, when she was asked by the hosts about how Kim has been doing since the scary incident. Although it appeared Kourtney was going to answer the question, she abruptly stopped herself and began to have a conversation with someone off-camera. Kourtney then stared off as the hosts awkwardly carried on, after which co-anchor Sonia Kruger finally declared, "Alright, it looks like Kourtney doesn't really want to go there with that question."
Kruger's co-anchor, David Campbell, later went on the defensive.
"I think she's totally blanking me on that question," Campbell commented on-air. "She could just say her sister’s fine. I think we just said that, you know, we're very concerned and we were onside, and we hoped that everyone's fine."
Kourtney eventually resumed the interview, and did end up answering the question. Kourtney blamed the earlier moment on a "bad connection."
"I think we're all still really shaken up, and I think she has a big supportive family, and I know that all the traumatic things that we've been through, we get through them together," the mother of three said. "That's what family is all about."
" ... I've been personally taking time to just digest everything, and you know, I'm still shaken up," she added about how she herself has been coping with the incident.
But it looks like the Kardashian family is slowly but surely returning to business as usual. Kourtney made her first public appearance since the incident on Wednesday night, when she promoted the Manuka Doctor at a cocktail party at Gracias Madre restaurant in West Hollywood. Keeping Up With the Kardashians cameras were rolling during the event.
A source close to the family's reality series tells ET that the show has resumed filming after recently wrapping season 12. The source adds that all of the famous family has been filming except for Kim, who has not recorded anything since her traumatic Paris robbery earlier this month.