Kim Kardashian resumes filming of reality show after robbery ordeal
Kim Kardashian has been laying low at her Los Angeles mansion since returning to America after the traumatic robbery ordeal.
Kim Kardashian reportedly filmed scenes for Keeping Up with the Kardashians as she attended husband Kanye West's concert in Los Angeles on Tuesday night (25Oct16).
Shooting of the E! TV series was put on hold to give the mother-of-two time to recover after she was bound, gagged and held at gunpoint in a Paris, France apartment as thieves grabbed jewellery and cellphones in an armed robbery earlier this month (Oct16).
At the time, a spokesperson for the network said: "Kim's well-being is our core focus right now. No decision has been made as to when production will resume."
However, a source told Entertainment Tonight that as Kim attended Kanye's Saint Pablo Tour show at The Forum in Inglewood, California she was seen being filmed alongside sister Kourtney and close friend Jonathan Cheban.
The insider also noted that Kim was unusually dressed down for the outing, and was accompanied by at least 12 armed guards.
While Kourtney and Jonathan documented their evenings on Snapchat, they noticeably ensured that Kim was not included in any of the posts.
The 36-year-old reality star has been laying low at her Los Angeles mansion since returning to America after the traumatic robbery ordeal, but she was seen making one of her first public appearances since the attack when she and Jonathan headed out to get frozen yoghurt together on Monday (24Oct16).
Photos of her brief outing, obtained by TMZ.com, show the usually-glamorous star dressed down in an oversized white hooded sweatshirt and matching flip flops. She was wearing hardly any make-up, opting for just a little lip gloss.
Other famous faces to make an appearance at Kanye's concert on Tuesday included singers Halsey and Katy Perry, who commented on Twitter: "Just went in the pit @kanyewest for my bday. 32 is looking (up arrow emoji)."
The singer celebrated her 32nd birthday on Tuesday.
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