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EXCLUSIVE: Kim Kardashian Still Considering How to Address Robbery for First Time: 'She Doesn't Want to Relive It'

by Antoinette Bueno 10:03 AM PST, November 10, 2016
Playing EXCLUSIVE: Kim Kardashian Still Considering How to Address Robbery for First Time: 'She Doesn't Want to Relive It'

Kim Kardashian West is still weighing her options when it comes to breaking her silence on her terrifying robbery in Paris, France, last month, a source tells ET.

The 36-year-old reality star has stayed silent on social media since the incident, and our source says she will most likely address the robbery for the first time in a magazine interview along the lines of Vogue, Vanity Fair, or Harper's Bazaar, rather than doing a big sit-down interview.

"Kim is not looking to monetize from this incident and do a big interview that will be solely focused on this incident," the source says. "She doesn’t want to relive this again. She is truly in no rush to get back into the spotlight."

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However, Kim did recently discuss the robbery on camera while filming a scene for Keeping Up With the Kardashians, a source connected to the E! reality show tells ET.

"She filmed with Kourtney and Khloe," the source reveals. "Kourtney and Khloe were real and open and didn't hold back during the intimate conversation."

However, the source says it's unclear whether or not the footage will make it to air. Last month, a source confirmed to ET that Kim will indeed talk about the robbery on KUWTK, but she'll be able to choose how much she wants to disclose. As executive producer of the hit E! show, she'll also be able to control final edits and what makes it on air.

As for Kim's first official public outing since the robbery, our source says that Kim will most likely be attending the Angel Ball in New York City on Nov. 21 alongside her entire family. Kim's father, the late Robert Kardashian, is being honored at the annual black-tie event, which celebrates individuals who have made significant humanitarian and philanthropic contributions in support of cancer research. The famous attorney died from esophageal cancer in 2003.

"The entire family is hoping she can recover from this," the source says about Kim’s current mindset. "They’re giving her her space but are there for her whenever she needs."

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Kim has been spotted out and about at events since the robbery, though has been notably camera shy. The mother of two attended her sister Kendall Jenner's 21st birthday party at Delilah restaurant in Los Angeles earlier this month, but chose to sneak in the back door with her husband, Kanye West, rather than going through the front like the rest of her famous family.

"She was really happy to be able to celebrate her sister's 21st birthday," a source close to the Kardashians told ET about Kim's social mood that evening. "Kim looked really happy to be out with her family. She was smiling and talking to everyone."

"Kim is doing OK," the source added. "She's still needing some time away and is not fully ready to throw herself back into her old routine just yet, but she will with time. ... It's been almost a month since the robbery happened and the break is something that she definitely needed."

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-- Additional reporting by Brendon Geoffrion

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