Kourtney Kardashian has tweeted for the first time since Kim Kardashian West's Paris robbery.
The 37-year-old television personality - along with half-sister Kendall Jenner and mother Kris Jenner - was in Paris accompanying her younger sister when armed thieves broke into Kim's apartment and stripped the 35-year-old star of $10 million in jewellery.
The family have been maintaining silence on social media since the incident, but now Kourtney has taken to Twitter to post a picture of a quote from her daily devotional book. Whilst she posted no words of her own, the quote still spoke volumes about what the family is going through.
The quote read: "Remember that joy is not dependent on your circumstances. Some of the world's most miserable people are those whose circumstances seem the most enviable. People who reach the top of the ladder career-wise are often surprised to find emptiness awaiting them. True Joy is a by-product of living in My Presence. Therefore, you can experience it in palaces, in prisons ... anywhere."
The passage in the book - which provides a specific spiritual reading for each day of the year - goes on to say that a day should not be "devoid of joy" just because it "contains difficulties".
It reads: "Do not judge a day as devoid of Joy just because it contains difficulties. Instead, concentrate on staying in communication with Me. Many of the problems that clamour for your attention will resolve themselves. Other matters you must deal with, but I will help you with them. If you make problem-solving secondary to the goal of living close to Me, you can find joy even in your most difficult days."
Kourtney - who has three children Mason, six, Penelope, four, and Reign, one, with on/off partner Scott Disick - is the first of Kim's immediate family to somewhat openly address the incident.
It comes after Caitlyn Jenner took to Instagram to share a black and white photo of the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star on Wednesday (05.10.16).
She captioned the photo: "Love my girl! After hearing the full story, I'm so thankful she's okay. It's a reminder for us all to be careful in the uncertainty of this world."