The momager has remained resolutely silent over the incident since Kim was bound, gagged, and held at gunpoint in her private apartment in Paris, France, as thieves made off with jewellery and cellphones last week.
But Kris made the decision to stage a return to social media by sharing a sweet message reminding fans of just how much she loves her offspring. Read more: Kim Kardashian robbed at gunpoint in hotel room "Every morning is a reminder of how blessed we are," the quote read. "Today I am grateful for my family, who I love more than words can explain. Count your blessings, be grateful always, and cherish every moment you spend with your loved ones." She captioned the message with several hashtags, "#blessed #family #love #grateful."
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The entire Kardashian family has taken a step back from social media following the traumatic robbery. Kim herself hasn't tweeted since 2 October, the day before the incident, while sisters Kourtney and Khloe have also been much more selective about what they are posting.
It was claimed after the robbery that Kim blamed herself because she had been sharing pictures of her various jewels and other expensive items on her online accounts.
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Insiders told TMZ.com the 35-year-old reality star has vowed to change her ways when she does return to social media, telling her inner circle: "Material things mean nothing. It’s not all about the money. It’s not worth it.”
On Monday it was reported that a diamond cross necklace taken in the robbery has been retrieved by French police, after a passerby found it outside the complex the day after the attack.
The pendant was turned over to police, who are now examining the piece for any traces of DNA to help them track down the suspects, who remain on the run.
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According to TMZ.com, the necklace was made by celebrity jeweller Jacob and Co. and is worth almost $33,200 (R472,184).
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