But the Keeping Up With Kardashians star said she wasn't feeling too much anxiety about the return to the French city to attend Paris Fashion Week and support "Kanye [West]‘s BFF, Virgil Abloh."
“For me, it was the perfect time to come back to a place where I fell in love, but also a place where I suffered great trauma," read her blog post, according to People. "Emotionally, I feel calm. I've truly put the experience behind me, and have learned and grown from it. Because of this, mentally coming back to Paris wasn't difficult for me. [...] It feels refreshing to face my fears and overcome them. For me, there's no point in staying in a fucked-up state of mind. 'Feel it, go through it and move on' has always been how I try to live my life. I would never suggest to anyone how to grieve, I can simply say what has worked for me."
During the incident, the robbers made off with almost $10 million in jewels including Kim's $4 million engagement ring. The French police later arrested and charged ten people they believed to be connected to the robbery.
But if there was any apprehension about the city, Kim K isn't showing it. "I’m so happy I went back. It was the perfect experience coming back to a city I love so much," she said.
This isn't the only statement Kim Kardashian put out lately. She's under fire for wearing Fulani brands and straightening her daughter, North's hair.
"In no way am I ever trying to disrespect someone's culture by wearing braids," said Kim, according to BuzzFeed. "If anything, my daughter was so excited to see me get matching braids with her. When we did her hair in these braids, she was so excited."