Kim Kardashian West shared the measure of how The armed robbery of 2016 in Paris hit her on Sunday in "The Alec Baldwin Show".

"My life has definitely changed a lot in the last two years from that experience and I just wanted more privacy," Kardashian West told the man who played Trump in front of Chris Redd's Kanye West in a sketch of "Saturday Night Live" last week.

"In the last three months, I feel that I have left my shell a little more, going back to being who I was", shared the star of reality. "I felt, like for a good year, I almost lost myself."

In October 2016, when Kardashian West was in Paris for Fashion Week, men armed with guns dressed as policemen, wearing masks, forced their way to where they were staying, tied her, gagged her and threatened her while demanding their jewelry. The thieves escaped with a jeweler that contained more than $ 10 million in jewelry, including a $ 4.5 million 20-karat diamond ring he had just received from West.

Kardashian West, 38, said that while she was not "depressed," she lacked motivation to "get up and work as before."

"It shook me," he informed his host.

Kardashian West shared that he felt somewhat responsible to some extent.

"I'm totally realistic, so I know, you post your social networks, your jewels, your bags, what you're doing, where you're going, your cars, your things," he said. "He always talked about my things."

"There was a lot of me that measured who I was because of how much I had," he said. "I thought," Oh, I'm worth a lot. "So that changed in me, and, that needed to change me, so I'm grateful for the experience.

"Although it was horrible, and I would not want anyone to do it," continued the star of "Keeping up with the Kardashians," it really changed me profoundly to where I now feel I can get back to myself. You can make up and heal. "

Speaking to the depths of his depression, he said: "I was literally – my mother (Kris Jenner) had to come and say:" Will you get out of bed? Will you put on something other than a sweatshirt? make-up, feel like you again & # 39 ;. "

Kardashian West said that the experience scared her a lot.

"I was so afraid that someone would know where I was," he said. "Just like if I went to a restaurant, I thought: OK, they're going to post a picture of me online, know that I'm in this restaurant, know that my house is open and that they can go and maybe steal my House or steal this or know I'm here.

"I always had that thought in my mind of only danger," he added. "I had never thought of anything that scared me before, I felt like I was living in a bubble, and that opened me up so much."

Your new reality is much more monitored today.

"Now my life is six security guards outside our house at all times, and a few security when I travel, always 24/7 outside my door," he said. "I just move totally different now."

Kardashian West's younger sister, model Kendall Jenner, recently blamed the TMZ gossip site for sharing the location of her home, helping a stalker find her way there.

"I understand what I have registered for, but when you release the exact location where I live, THAT is when you are endangering my life." she tweeted.

Contributing: Jayme Deerwester and Maria Puente

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