Kim Kardashian West's first public outing since her robbery in Paris last month will be for an especially meaningful event.
Kim is confirmed to attend the Angel Ball in New York City on Monday, a source tells ET, alongside her mother, Kris Jenner, and two of her sisters, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian. The three sisters' father, the late Robert Kardashian, is being honored at the annual black-tie event, which celebrates individuals who have made significant humanitarian and philanthropic contributions in support of cancer research. The famous attorney died from esophageal cancer in 2003.
However, the source says Kim definitely won't be doing interviews on Monday night, and isn't sure if she's walking the red carpet -- but she will likely pose for photos inside the event.
Kim has kept a low profile since her terrifying robbery in Paris, most noticeably, taking a big step back from social media. Though she returned to Instagram last week to follow celebs like Paris Hilton and Ariana Grande, she has stayed silent since the incident.
Earlier this month, a source told ET that the 36-year-old reality star will most likely address the robbery for the first time in a magazine interview along the lines of Vogue, Vanity Fair, or Harper's Bazaar, rather than doing a big sit-down interview.
"Kim is not looking to monetize from this incident and do a big interview that will be solely focused on this incident," the source said. "She doesn't want to relive this again. She is truly in no rush to get back into the spotlight."
"The entire family is hoping she can recover from this," the source added about Kim's current mindset. "They're giving her her space but are there for her whenever she needs."
Meanwhile, it appears there's also drama brewing when it comes to Kim's husband, Kanye West. West canceled the remaining dates of his Saint Pablo tour on Monday, after bizarre rants at his latest shows, and abruptly cutting his Saturday concert in Sacramento, California, short after just 30 minutes.