Kim Kardashian West meets with French police
Kim Kardashian West has met with French authorities for a second day in a row.
The ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ star is assisting police with their enquiries after she was the victim of a gunpoint robbery in the French capital of Paris last October.
Kim, who had an estimated $10 million of jewellery sold including her $4 million diamond ring, is said to have met with officials for 10 hours, E! News reports.
Meanwhile, it was previously claimed that Kim has "re-prioritised everything" since the incident happened.
A source said: "Kim’s style has definitely turned more low key. During her time off, she wore less makeup, more comfortable clothing and spent less time on her hair, and that worked for her. This is overall how she feels. She’s not feeling like she wants to be as made up as she used to be. She’s re-prioritised everything … She’s spending more time with the kids and she loved her time off with them.
"I know it’s shocking to say Kim Kardashian is dressing for comfort. But when a life-or-death moment happens to you, followed by your husband going through something similar, you’re not really that interested in anything else. She doesn’t care about the smaller things in life."
The mother-of-two – who has three-year-old daughter North and Saint, 13 months, with her husband Kanye West – was said to be "relieved" after a number of people were arrested in connection with the robbery.
However, it is thought Kim won’t get back her jewellery as almost all of the stolen jewels were melted down.
Aomar Ait Khedache, 60, told police: "So that the jewels wouldn’t be recognised, we took a joint decision to melt them down. One of us took care of that … He came back with bars … Altogether there must have been a bit more than 800 grams …
"The jewels were shown on the internet, and [she said] that she didn’t wear fakes… the time she would arrive in France, you just had to look at the internet and you knew everything, absolutely everything. We had very precise information about her movements that we got from someone who was very close to her."