Kim Kardashian West attends the Tom Ford show as part of NYFW Spring/Summer 2018 in New York. Picture: AP

Kim Kardashian West says her anxiety has led her to want to hire "four more security" gaurds to stand outside her room whilst she sleeps after she was robbed at gunpoint in Paris last year.

The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star admits to still suffering from anxiety after she was robbed at gunpoint in Paris last year and is considering increasing the number of people on her security team to help her get a better night's sleep.

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She said: "I just have anxiety, are you sure it's safe here? Ever since Paris I just go through this worst case scenario thing in my head. I think for my own piece of mind I'm going to fly out like four more security - just to like stay outside my room when I'm sleeping, I know it sounds crazy but I just can't sleep at night."

And the 36-year-old television personality admits her anxiety has stopped her even wanting to go out for dinner with her husband Kanye West.

Speaking on the family's E! reality show, she added: "I have such anxiety just going places. I just don't want to be in the mix like I used to ... Kanye's like, 'Let's go out to dinner' and I'm like, 'I can't, I can't enjoy myself.'

"I think I have to get out of my shell but I don't want to, I like living this more chill life. I've become socially awkward for sure ... I am so afraid of everything, anxiety, pressure."

And Kim had previously blamed her social media activity for causing the Paris robbery as she believes it gave the burglars the information that she was home alone.

She said at the time: "What I think happened now, after like thinking about it so much, is that there was probably a group of guys that were following us the entire trip.

"I was Snapchatting that I was home and that everyone was going out. So I think they knew [bodyguard Pascal Duvier] was out with Kourtney and that I was there by myself.

"They had to have known we were leaving that I was there by myself. They had to have known we were leaving that day. They had this window of opportunity and just went for it."