Kim Kardashian Returns To Social Media W/ First Posts Since Robbery

Kim Kardashian Returns To Social Media W/ First Posts Since Robbery

Kim Kardashian Returns To Social Media W/ First Posts Since Robbery

She's back! Social media queen Kim Kardashian has returned to the Internet after almost a month of silence.

UPDATE, 11/1, 1:11 p.m. ET: Kim Kardashian has deleted the three posts she shared on Facebook on Halloween following her horrifying Paris robbery on October 3.

Fans responded with delight after Kardashian made three new posts on her Facebook account on Thursday.

Kim posted a picture of herself looking at her phone while sitting in a chair.

Kardashian also shared another post from her website via her sister Kourtney Kardashian's page featuring home movies of the family from past Halloweens.

It's also reported the star is now thinking of overhauling her image and it's rumoured she is planning a comeback although it's not known when.

Last week, a video of a lady cashier at the Pune branch of the Bank of Maharashtra went viral on social media. She still has no plans for any work appearances, but her outlook on life seems more positive.

Kim Kardashian has been low profile since her traumatising robbery incident but that did not stop the nasty public from putting on distasteful Halloween costumes yesterday. According to reports, Kim Kardashian's friends and family have been taking it in turns to monitor her eating. She's been spotted in Los Angeles at her husband's concerts as well as getting frozen yogurt and going out to dinner.

"He's putting the needs of his family first, which of course takes precedence over everything else in his life", a source close to West told PEOPLE. Both were posted on her subscription app KimKardashianWest.

Pressed on the subject and asked if she liked Clinton, she confessed: 'Yeah, I like her'. "They're being great and supporting her in every way they can". "We are sorry if it offended anyone", the company wrote on Twitter. "Love you mean it". For instance, Robert Siciliano, a security analyst who runs a firm in Boston, responded to Kardashian West's use of social media in a CBC article: "It is beyond irresponsible".

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