Kim Kardashian West is gradually making her way back into the spotlight.
Following her traumatic robbery in Paris, France, in which she was tied up and held at gunpoint, ET has learned that the 36-year-old reality star has returned to filming Keeping Up With the Kardashians with her famous family.
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"Full production has resumed on Keeping Up With the Kardashians," an E! spokesperson confirmed to ET on Wednesday, also revealing that Kim is shooting with the rest of the family.
One night earlier, Kim cheered on husband Kanye West at his star-studded concert at The Forum in Inglewood, California -- her first public event since the robbery -- where KUWTK cameras were spotted filming backstage. Kim's rep confirmed to ET that the mother of two did shoot scenes for the reality series while she was there, but it's unclear if that footage will air on the show.
"Yes, she did film at Kanye's show," a production source close to KUWTK also tells ET. "She's back to her filming schedule."
Last week, a source told ET that production had resumed on the show, with all girls from the Kardashian-Jenner clan filming, except for Kim. At the time, the Selfish author had not shot any scenes for the series' upcoming 13th season.
KUWTKwrapped its previous season on Oct. 11, just over one week after Kim's terrifying heist. Kim was noticeably missing from the production's wrap party, continuing to steer clear of the public eye at the time. It has not yet been clarified how or if the series will address the robbery, but ET previously reported that KUWTK was not filming at the time of Kim's attack.
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ET recently sat down with Mr. Abdulrahman, the hotel concierge who was handcuffed and held at gunpoint alongside Kim in Paris, where he detailed the events leading up to the terrifying night.
Hear more from Rahman's first on-camera interview since the incident in the video below, and tune into ET on Thursday to hear his full story.