Kim Kardashian West attended her half-sister Kendall Jenner's 21st birthday party in Los Angeles on Wednesday (02.11.16).

The 36-year-old reality TV star has been keeping a low profile since she was robbed at gunpoint in Paris, France, at the beginning of last month, but she was adamant she wasn't going to miss the model's huge milestone and showed up at Catch in West Hollywood, California, for the celebratory bash.

A source told Us Magazine: ''They were there from 9pm until 12:20am eating, drinking and dancing a little before moving on to Delilah's nightclub to continue dancing ...

''Kim was in a sweater, in a great mood and gushing to everyone about how amazing her husband Kanye West's 'Saint Pablo' show is and how she loves going to his concerts. She seemed in totally great spirits, very social and smiling with everyone.''

The 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star - who has daughter North, three, and 10-month-old son Saint with Kanye - has decided to lay off the crystal-encrusted jewellery since the robbery, which saw her lose an estimated $8.5 million worth of diamonds, but that didn't stop her from spoiling her half-sibling.

The insider said: ''Kim gave Kendall an expensive piece of jewellery and a card.''

And it seems Kim's recent public outing may be a small step in the right direction as she's keen to get back out to work over the next few weeks.

A source said recently: ''Kim is definitely ready to start getting back to her normal life, little by little.

''She's taking it day by day and isn't pushing it. It's been almost a month since the robbery happened and the break is something that she definitely needed.''

Kim was left fearing for her life when a five-men gang broke into her room at Hôtel de Pourtalès in Paris, France, on October 3, waved a gun in her face, gagged her and tied her up in the bathroom while they raided her drawers and made off with her lavish jewellery.

Once caught, the criminals will face charges of armed robbery by an organised gang, criminal conspiracy and kidnapping, which could lead to a sentence of at least 30 years.

Inmates sentenced to life in the European country are required to serve a safety period of at least 18 to 22 years before they can become eligible for early release.