Article Oct 20, 2016

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Kourtney Kardashian: 'We are all still shaken after Kim's robbery'

Kourtney Kardashian and her entire family are "still really shaken up" after Kim was targeted in an armed robbery earlier this month (Oct16).

The 35-year-old reality TV star was staying at the Hotel de Pourtales in the French capital during Paris Fashion Week when she was tied up and robbed by a group of five masked men. Jewelry valued at an estimated $10 million (£8.1 million) was taken in the violent raid.

Kim has been keeping a low profile since the incident, and has been holed up in her Los Angeles mansion. Her relatives have been speaking about how the mother-of-two is coping in the wake of the robbery, with Kourtney the latest to open up during an interview on Australian TV show Today Extra.

"You know, she's not doing great. I think we're all really still shaken up," Kourtney said. "I think she has a big supportive family and I know that, like, all of the traumatic things that we've been through, you know, we get through them together as a family and that's what family is about."

Once again saying she is "still shaken" after her sister was attacked, Kourtney added that the incident is "definitely" a wake-up call for her family, who previously shared virtually every aspect of their lives on social media and their television show Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

It was previously claimed that Kim blamed herself for the robbery after flaunting her giant diamond ring on Snapchat the night before she was targeted, and has decided to lessen her social media presence following the robbery.

Mother-of-three Kourtney also told the programme that she hasn't had time to "digest" what happened to her sister.

"I feel like in our family especially, (when) we go through traumatic things just like our lives move so quickly at times we don't have a chance to digest them," she added.

"But I felt, like, you know I have personally been taking time to just digest everything and - you know, I'm still shaken up."