The Spurs striker has spoken to his team mate about the "horrible" incident, which saw the midfielder - who is spending lockdown at his North London house with his brother and their respective partners - threatened and punched when thieves broke into his home.
Appearing on ITV's 'Good Morning Britain' on Friday (15.05.20), he said: "So I text him after it happened and he seemed OK.
"Obviously when anything like that happens I guess you'd be in a little bit of shock and I think he was a little bit angry.
"But he said to me obviously the most important thing was he was OK, his family was OK, no-one was hurt or anything like that."
The thieves stole three watches - worth £350,000 - and other items of jewellery, as they burst in when the 24-year-old England international was downstairs with his partner Ruby Mae, his adopted brother Harry, his sibling's girlfriend and another male friend.
Kane added: "It's a horrible thing to hear, especially when it's someone close to you, one of your good friends.
"But I guess it's one of those things... it wakes you up even more to make sure you're as secure as possible in your home, doing as much as possible to make sure things like that don't happen again."