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Kim KardashianLife has changed drastically in recent years, and she will be the first to admit it.
On October 2, 2016, the keeping up with the Kardashians The star was held at gunpoint inside his hotel room in Paris. Two armed men dressed as police officers forced their way into their hotel and stole almost $ 10 million in jewelry. Now, Kim says that a large part of her is "grateful" for the experience in some way.
The beauty mogul sat with Alec Baldwin in his new talk show The show of Alec Baldwin And he discussed everything related to the theft of Paris, marriage and family dynamics. It was broadcast, no less, on the star's 38th birthday.
"My life has definitely changed a lot in the last two years," he revealed.
The day after the robbery, his spokesman told E! News: "She is very agitated but physically unharmed."
Kim explained to Baldwin his long-term effects of the invasion. "For a good year, I almost lost myself," he said. "I was never depressed, but I was not motivated to get up and work as before.
In the end, however, the theft taught her an important lesson about herself. "There was a lot of me that measured who I was because of how much I had." I thought, "Oh, I'm worth a lot," he told Baldwin. "That needed to change in me."
She went on to explain that she was "grateful for the experience." Although it was horrible and I would not want anyone to do it, it really changed me deeply where I now feel I can get back to myself.
Kim added: "I felt like I was living in a bubble, and that opened up to me so much."
A source told E! News that while the robbery was in progress, "she thought that surely they were going to kill her".
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In addition to being a beauty mogul, Kim also has a significant presence on social networks, especially on Instagram. The theft of Paris opened its eyes to how, what and when it publishes on social networks. Kim revealed to the talk show host that he now posts on Instagram or other social media platforms. after the fact. "If I want to record something on video, I'll save it and post it when I leave," he said.
The owner of KKW Beauty explained that she now has "security 24 hours a day, 7 days a week" and that she moves "in a completely different way now".
Kim testified in February 2017 about the incident.
Kim talked about the theft in a keeping up with the Kardashians episode in March 2017. "I took a horrible and tragic experience and I did not let that diminish me, but I grew and evolved and I let the experience teach me, I can say that I have become much better thanks to that," she wrote afterwards. . the episode. "Thank you for allowing me to share my story tonight."
On a more positive note, the reality TV star was infuriated with her family and felt blessed to be able to work with them every day. "The show has shown that we are a normal family," he illustrated to Baldwin. "It's very normal and fun, despite what you see in all the brightness, we know that if all else fails, we have each other."
Watch a new episode of keeping up with the Kardashians Sunday at 9 p.m., only in E!