Kim Kardashian may never get over her traumas from the horrific robbery in Paris but she’s trying a new life far away from the public eye.
While her TV series ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ has been put on hold indefinitely, the social media icon has canceled public shows and stayed away from online activities for good.
Image shows Kim Kardashian and bodyguard Pascal Duvier.
According to reports, one thing she has done online so far, is reducing the number of people she’s following. Not a bad decision at all.
Kim is said to be spending most of her time at their home in L.A. since she returned from France after the $10 million jewelry heist.
There are speculations that Kimmy may in fact, remain silent from social apps forever, especially now that she has good reasons to remain quiet and tidy up her family life for good.
A source told People.com that the 35-year-old “is still having a hard time” since the robbery attack.
“She has zero desire to resume her old life. Kim is still figuring out what she wants to do. She has no plans for public appearances.
“She just wants to be with her kids and out of public. No one is pressuring her either. She has the best support from her family,” the source says.
Image: Kim Kardashian
Another source also confirmed to PEOPLE that Kim doesn’t leave home these days except she’s visiting momager Kris Jenner with her kids or has some other important appointments to keep.
The reality TV star was also described by an insider to be “very nervous” at the moment, adding that “she doesn’t want to be photographed” anymore.
Kim has deliberately stayed away from her numerous fans who understand her reason perfectly well.
“Kim’s whole life has basically changed,” says the source. “Before, she was like a social butterfly. Now she acts much more withdrawn.”
The mom-of-two is really scared of going out alone as the source confirmed to PEOPLE.
“On every solo outing, she uses a bodyguard,” says the source. “Before the robbery, she would enjoy solo outings. This has totally changed now.”
Kim has avoided Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat like a plague though her sisters have returned to their normal social media lives.
It’s understandable that the TV star went through a lot in far away France. Only people who have suffered something closer to what she experienced in the early morning of that fateful Sunday, will pity Kimmy.
“I mean, it’s incredibly traumatic what happened to her. But our family is super close and great and we’ll get through it together, and we do appreciate all of your guys’ love and support and it will take time. You know, it was horrible what happened to her,” her sister Khloe said in a recent public outing on The Ellen DeGeneres .