In a tearful interview with Ellen DeGeneres on Thursday’s “Ellen,” Kim Kardashian opened up about the aftermath of her traumatic robbery during Paris Fashion Week in October, when thieves broke into her posh Paris apartment, held her at gunpoint and stole more than $10 million in jewelry.

DeGeneres brought up the crime in an emotional exchange with the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star.

“I don’t know that everybody understands how horrific that experience must have been for you,” DeGeneres said.

Kardashian nodded. “I feel like that was so meant to happen to me,” she said of the attack. She started to cry. “Like, I’m such a different person.”

The shocking attack made headlines for weeks, as the perpetrators of the highly coordinated heist remained at large.

In January, French police arrested 17 suspects believed to be linked to the case, and 10 have since been indicted.

Immediately after the incident, Kardashian’s husband, Kanye West, abruptly canceled a performance in New York to be with his wife.

The reality star’s closest friends later reported that she was “badly shaken” as she recovered from the assault, during which she was tied up and locked in a bathroom.

Kardashian told DeGeneres that the experience had profoundly changed her outlook and priorities.

“I was being flashy, I was definitely materialistic before,” Kardashian said. “I just don’t care about that stuff anymore.”

“It’s not worth it,” Kardashian said. “I don’t care to show off like the way that I used to … it’s just not who I am anymore.”