The 66-year-old Olympian took to Instagram to share gratitude for her step-daughter's well-being following the terrifying incident and offer advice to all of her fans and followers.
"Love my girl!" Caitlyn wrote beside a black and white photo of Kim. "After hearing the full story, I'm so thankful she's okay. It's a reminder for us all to be careful in the uncertainty of this world."
Though none of Kim's family has spoken out regarding the events—all of them staying silent on social media since that evening—they have shown their support in different ways.
E! News previously reported five masked men wearing police uniforms gained access into Kim's room at the No Address Hotel in Paris Sunday night. They bound and gagged her and held her at gunpoint before stealing over $11 million worth of her jewelry, credit cards and cell phones.
As expected, a source told us Kim is "emotionally damaged right now" in the wake of her horrible attack and still very much shaken up.
"This is something that has the potential to screw anyone up for a very long time," another source added. "It was incredibly frightening, and it's going to take a while to get over it."