Most of you heard about Kim Kardashian being robbed at gunpoint in Paris during Fashion Week a few months ago. The reality TV star remained mostly silent about the event since and even left Instagram for months, only returning to the platform recently. She was even accused of faking the robbery.

Well, it looks like Kim is finally opening up about both the life-threatening nightmare and her husband's breakdown in late 2016. Kanye West ended up in hospital in late 2016 for mental exhaustion and even cancelled the remainder of his Saint Pablo Tour.

Watch the first teaser of the new season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians above, in which Kim Kardashian talks about the Paris incident and Kanye. The new season of the show officially airs March 2017.

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