All the hashtags. Kris Jenner broke her silence a week after her daughter Kim Kardashian's terrifying Paris robbery via Instagram on Monday, October 10.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians matriarch, 60, shared a muted post, which she captioned "#blessed #family #love #grateful."

"Every morning is a reminder of how blessed we are," the passage read. "Today I am grateful for my family, who I love more than words can explain. Count your blessings, be grateful always, and cherish every moment you spend with your loved ones." (Kim's older sister Kourtney Kardashian posted a prayer passage last week.)

#blessed #family #love #grateful

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As previously reported, the Selfish author, 35, was robbed at gunpoint during Paris Fashion Week at the Hôtel de Pourtalès on October 3. Five men who were dressed as policemen confronted her before stealing more than $10 million worth of jewelry. She was gagged and tied up in the bathroom, but her rep told Us Weekly that she was "physically unharmed" during the incident.

Kim reunited with her husband, Kanye West, in NYC before traveling back home to the West Coast with the couple's children — North, 3, and Saint, 10 months — on October 6. She has yet to return to social media.

"This incident was a completely life-changing event for Kim," an insider previously told Us. "She realizes she was living in a bubble doing what she was doing. She loved flaunting her wealth and being so public. She felt safe and never really thought about her vulnerability. Now she knows she was so naive. Everything has to change going forward."

The robbery is still under investigation as new details continue to surface. As exclusively reported on Monday, the assailants set up a decoy to escape police. According to a Paris police official, one burglar pretended to fall off his bicycle while another pretended to drop a piece of jewelry.

"They wanted us to believe that they were amateurs, but all the real clues point to them being extremely sophisticated professionals," the police official told Us Weekly. "There is no way a gang like this would drop stuff and fall off bicycles — all that was done for any cameras that might be in the area. It is far more likely that they played around on bikes for a few minutes after stealing the jewels, and when they still had their masks on, before they all got into a van and disappeared."

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