why 2017’s set to Be kim k’s Most stress­ful year yet

The re­al­ity star gets back to work with a twerké

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The si­lence of Kim Kar­dashian since her har­row­ing Paris rob­bery in Oc­to­ber has been deaf­en­ing. Am­bushed by five armed men dressed in po­lice uni­forms, bound, gagged and thrown in a bath­tub while more than £9 mil­lion worth of per­sonal jew­ellery was stolen from her, Kim’s or­deal im­me­di­ately threw ev­ery­thing about the Kar­dashian’s lifestyle into question.

The undis­puted queen of so­cial me­dia chose to han­dle her heal­ing process with a 10-week hia­tus from the pub­lic eye, which was fi­nally bro­ken when she up­loaded a cheeky twerk­ing video on 14 De­cem­ber. But prior to that, she com­pletely dis­tanced her­self from the life she’s so fa­mously led for the past decade. She chose in­stead to fo­cus on her fam­ily – daugh­ter North, three, and son Saint, 13 months – and hus­band Kanye West.

While 2016 might have been a bad year for most of us, it’s been a night­mare for Kim, 36. And cru­elly it seems things aren’t about to get any eas­ier for the star in the New Year. The nat­u­ral clo­sure that comes with the end of one year and start of an­other is not some­thing Kim can look for­ward to, with French po­lice of­fi­cials re­cently ad­mit­ting that the bru­tal mys­tery heist is no closer to be­ing solved.

Fur­ther­more, Kim’s at­tempt to rein­tro­duce her­self to the red car­pet with an ap­pear­ance at Denise Rich’s Char­ity An­gel Ball in Novem­ber was over­shad­owed by the wor­ry­ing hos­pi­tal­i­sa­tion of Kanye, 39. The mer­ci­less at­ten­tion that fol­lowed his al­leged break­down di­verted the lime­light from her re­turn to work, as did the re­ported dra­matic over­haul in the fam­ily’s tight and trusted se­cu­rity squad.

With un­cer­tainty over whether Kim and her clan will film an­other sea­son of Keep­ing Up With The Kar­dashi­ans – putting their mar­riage back un­der the mi­cro­scope of pub­lic scrutiny – there’s cer­tainly a big question mark over how she’ll sus­tain her im­age in 2017. But if any­one can make a come­back, it’s the girl boss at the helm of the Kimye dy­nasty.

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