Kim Kardashian is reportedly reluctant to continue opening up her personal life to the public on reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
The reality star has been taking a break from public life following the recent heist in which she was robbed at gunpoint.
Kim was absent from the family’s recent celebrations as they wrapped filming on season 12. And she has also cancelled a 36th birthday appearance at Las Vegas nightclub Hakkasan, part of a $1million contract, as she recovers from the ordeal which saw the star tied up in the bathroom by thieves posing as policeman in Paris, France during Fashion Week.
“Kim’s feeling understandably emotional at the moment,” a source told Closer magazine. “She’s unsure whether she wants to do the show – she feels so shaken and vulnerable. She’s reassessing everything at the moment and she’s not sure she wants to open up her personal life to the world anymore.”
Mom Kris Jenner has been a constant source of support for the selfie-loving star, and as the 36-year-old mother of two is reportedly considering whether or not to continue with the reality show that made her famous.
However, insiders claim the 60-year-old momager is urging Kim not to let the traumatic ordeal derail her successful career.
“Kris has been supporting Kim ever since her Paris nightmare – she knows that she’s been through so much,” added the insider. “She’s spoken to Kim about the show and explained she doesn’t want her to quit her TV career as a result of the robbery.
“But she also understands Kim’s worries and her safety is Kris’ number one priority – so if she really wants to stop filming then she accepts that it’s her choice.”
While no one has yet been apprehended for the heist, on Wednesday the concierge of the Hôtel de Pourtalès where Kim was staying the night of the robbery broke his silence to blame hotel bosses for the lax security.
The father-of-one, named only as Abdulrahman due to fears for his safety, told website MailOnline he had warned hotel bosses several years before the attack that guests were vulnerable, even reportedly telling them security was so lax that “someone might die”.0