Kim Kardashian Is 'More Worried Than Ever' About Her Security as She Suspends All Commitments Indefinitely

On Monday, Kardashian West was bound, gagged and robbed of nearly $11 million worth of jewelry

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Kim Kardashian West is “more worried than ever” after she survived a life-threatening robbery where she was held at gunpoint in her Paris hotel room.

Since returning to the United States hours after the terrifying incident early Monday morning, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star has been reunited with her husband Kanye West and two children, North and Saint, in New York.

But although the 35-year-old mother of two was not physically harmed during the invasion, in which five masked men forced their way into her No Address Hotel room at 3 a.m. Monday morning and gagged, bound and robbed her of nearly $11 million worth of jewels, “she has no plans to work in the near future.”

A source close to the E! personality tells PEOPLE, “Kim is still upset and things are not even close to being back to normal. She has no plans to work in the near future. She just wants to stay home with her kids. She realizes that she has lived in a bubble. She could have never imagined being robbed like this. She is now more worried than ever about protecting the kids. She doesn’t want to let them out of sight.”

“Kanye is still angry. He is not happy with Kris either. He is very much looking for someone to blame. It’s sort of a tense atmosphere,” the source adds of West, 39, who found out about the invasion during his headlining set at Meadows Music & Arts Festival on Sunday.

Following the robbery, a second source told PEOPLE that the rapper feels “helpless” and is “already talking about getting more security, not only for Kim but for the kids. He’s really spooked by the whole thing, because he knows that they are targets now.”

PEOPLE also learned that Kardashian West that was supposed to fly to Dubai on Oct. 12 for a make-up related event, but canceled her flight on Wednesday.

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