The reality star has made the journey back to LA to be with her family...
Kim Kardashian West has pretty much been in hiding since the traumatic events of Monday morning.
The 35-year-old was robbed at gunpoint in her Paris hotel room, after a group of armed men gained entry. She was reportedly bound and gagged, and thrown into the bathtub as they made off with millions of dollars worth of jewellery.
Not long after, the shaken reality star flew back to America, reuniting with her husband Kanye West in New York. She has remained there since, along with her two young children who, thankfully, were not present when the crime took place.
It was been said that she is ‘badly shaken’, and she is yet to make her return to social media.
Now, Kim Kardashian has been spotted leaving her NYC apartment for the first time since her arrival.
E! News have confirmed that the mum-of-two left through the backdoor of the apartment, carrying 3-year-old North West, closely followed by Kanye West and their baby Saint.
According to the report, Pascal Duvier, who remains Kim’s personal bodyguard, was seen entering the apartment earlier that day.
She is said to be travelling back home to rest with her family.
A source close to the family told PEOPLE: ‘Kim is happy to return home with the kids. Kanye is coming back to L.A. and then resuming his tour tomorrow while his family stays in LA.’
Kim has already pulled out of a public appearance; she was due to fly to Dubai as part of a Masterclass with make-up artist Mario Dedivanovic.
Understandably, Kim Kardashian is reportedly ‘not sure’ how much time she will be taking away from the spotlight, but E! News have been told by a source that it will probably be ‘about a month.’
It has also been announced that filming for the family’s show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, has been suspended until further notice.
A spokesperson for E! told Variety, ‘Kim’s well-being is our core focus right now. No decision has been made as to when production will resume.’
Our hearts go out to Kim and the family right now.