Kim Kardashian Update: Reality Star 'Bored' Of Staying Out Of The Limelight? [VIDEO]

While Kim Kardashian West has been laying very low since getting robbed in Paris earlier in the month, she has apparently grown weary of her new lifestyle.

Kardashian West reportedly misses her old life of celebrity extravagance, according to a source. The reality star attended her husband, Kanye West's, concert this week and apparently had a great time, and is hoping to get back to that more active lifestyle again.

"Kim was happy to attend Kanye's concert last night," a source told People in a new report. "She is starting to seem a bit bored. She wants to make plans for more outings and maybe even a trip. Things are slowly getting back to a new normal."

Kardashian West is also filming for the new season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians again, though she is reportedly dictating how and when to be filmed.

"Kim still prefers to lay low," a different source told People. "She has filmed at home with her sister and Kris [Jenner] on a few occasions. She has been able to pick when she wants to film and how much. There is still no pressure."

It's been almost a month since Kardashian West was robbed in her Paris hotel apartment. Two men broke into her room and bound and gagged her. As she screamed for them not to kill her, they made off with over $10 million in jewelry. Her bodyguard, Pascal Duvier, arrived at the scene only two minutes after the men had left.

Meanwhile, 60 Minutes just featured a new profile on internet celebrity, which included an interview with Kardashian West before the robbery incident happened. The reality star admitted "There are pitfalls: lack of privacy, loss of privacy," of becoming famous on the internet. "That's not for everyone. For me, I can handle it."

Kardashian West also said in the interview that "the pros in my situation and my lifestyle have been more beneficial than the negative things."

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