Turning 36 last week, a source told People, “Kim had a quiet birthday celebration with Kanye [who posted a sweet video message to her], their kids, her sisters and Kris. It was Kim’s choice to not have a big celebration. She seemed very happy with her decision.”
“She is still figuring out her life,” the insider added. “She still has no plans for any work appearances, but her outlook on life seems more positive. She has calmed down a lot since the robbery.”
Kim has stayed quiet on social media since the robbery, but recent video footage from an interview she did with 60 Minutes right before her ordeal in Paris has surfaced (via Daily Mail) in which she explains why she is famous. “It is a talent to have a brand that’s really successful off of getting people to like you for being you.”
In the segment, which centered on social media stars, Kardashian said, “I do believe that the pros in my situation and my lifestyle have been more beneficial than the negative things… There are pitfalls. Lack of privacy, loss of privacy. And that’s not for everyone. For me, I can handle it… I totally attribute my career to social media.”
In the meantime, Paris police are determined to solve this crime, especially after the City of Light took a hit in tourism with the terrorist attacks in 2015.
Speaking with Vanity Fair, Paris police chief Christian Sainte said, “It’s important because of the implication: Is Paris secure? It’s important economically. So that’s another reason why it is important for us to solve this case.” He added, “I’m very confident.”
In other Kim news, she has also settled her lawsuit with MediaTakeOut, who posted reports the robbery was fake and then later apologized for it. According to NY Daily News, lawyers for both stated, “The matter has been resolved to the parties’ mutual satisfaction.”