Kim, 38, was in France for the final day of Paris Fashion Week, closing out the Autumn/Winter 2019. The reality star has mainly stayed away from the City of Light since the darkness of her 2016 robbery.
As Radar readers remember, Kardashian’s life was turned upside-down when she was robbed at gunpoint during Paris Fashion Week in 2016.
The thieves tied up Kanye West’s wife, dragged her through her hotel at gunpoint, locked her in the bathroom and made off with more than $10 million worth of jewelry.
The traumatic experience led to Kim staying away from Paris, and she even stopped wearing jewelry for a long time after that.
It wasn’t until June 2018 before Kim would return to Paris, at the request of her rapper husband.
On Tuesday, March 5, she was back again, this time in a fierce leopard outfit and ready to pounce on the town. See all the photos in this RadarOnline.com gallery.
Kimmy embraced her animal instincts, showing up in a tight leopard print jumpsuit covered in a loud design.
She paired her jumpsuit with matching platform boots in the same print, and hid her hands with matching printed gloves.
The KUWTK star was surrounded by burly security guards keeping her safe.
By hiding her hands, she also hid any pricey jewelry she may have been wearing.
She was purposely jewelry free the last time she visited Paris as well.
Eleven suspects were indicted following the beauty’s scary armed robbery in October 2016.
Upon making her much anticipated return in 2018, Kim admitted it was “nerve wracking” to be back.
She also had a slight panic attack when she was separated from her security briefly.
“Where’s our security?” Kim asked, as cameras were rolling. “This cannot be happening. We just need security at our door so we both know where to go.”
Eventually, Kim was able to calm down and remember why she loved Paris to begin with.
“I don’t think I’ll ever forget my experiences in Paris, the good or the bad. It all has made me who I am,” she reflected. “Thinking about it I could go back, and I could spend more time and feel safe and comfortable.”
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