The reality star was spotted out at her husband Kanye West's concert in Los Angeles on Thursday for the third night in a row, keeping a low profile while rushing in and out of the show.
E! News has learned Kim beefed up her security for the concert at the Forum in Inglewood, Calif., who escorted both her and Jonathan Cheban throughout the arena.
The mother-of-two donned a black hat, wearing her hair down as she supported her man during his Saint Pablo stop.
Kim also attended Yeezy's show on Wednesday night, too.
A source told E! News she attended the show with Kris Jenner, her beau Corey Gamble, and bodyguards. "She's been sitting the entire time," the insider reported from the venue.
However, despite his wife's attempt to lay low at the show, 'Ye took a moment to pay tribute to her by playing the birthday video he made for her. A fan caught the 36-year-old smiling at the screen as the montage played.
There was "a lot of security throughout the venue," an eyewitness told E! News earlier this week.
The outings come three weeks after the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star was bound, gagged and held at gunpoint in her Paris hotel before five alleged robbers stole $11 million worth of her jewelry.
Since then, Kim has remained secluded in her home. She's only been photographed a select few times following the incident as she continues to recover among her children, North West and Saint West, friends and family members.
The socialite even stayed quiet on her 36th birthday last weekend, only stepping out for ice cream days later.
A source recently told us she has a long way to recover before returning to her normal life again. "Kim is doing better but she still has a long way to recover from the robbery," the insider revealed. "She has been receiving some professional counseling. Her friends and family have been really supportive. Her sisters and mom have been checking on her every day."
Still, full production on Keeping Up With the Kardashians has picked up again, but a source told E! News Kim still has "no idea" when she will resume her normal life in the public eye.
"This is something that has the potential to screw anyone up for a very long time," another insider explained. "It was incredibly frightening and it's going to take a while to get over it."