Paris Hilton has spoken for the first time about her happiness as a mother of two. In an interview with the US "People", the 42-year-old described being a mother as "my best era so far".
On Thanksgiving, the hotel heiress surprisingly announced on her Instagram account that she had become the mother of a daughter. She also revealed the name in the posting, because the picture showed pink baby clothes with the words “London” written on them. Speaking to People before the premiere of the second season of her reality series Paris in Love, she said: "I'm just overjoyed that our little princess is here. My life just feels so complete, I have mine little boy and now my little girl."
Just in January, Hilton and her husband Carter Reum had their son Phoenix via surrogate. Now she can hardly wait for the Christmas season as a foursome: "I'm so looking forward to our first holidays together. Thanksgiving was something very special, it surprised everyone with London and the opportunity to show Phoenix the Christmas tree for the first time. His eyes light up to see him and see the amazement in his eyes is something very special, a “magical experience”.
At Christmas she wants to enjoy time with her family. Her sister, her brother and their children would come over. "It's the next generation of cousins, and it's just great to see them all growing up together. I look forward to these moments so much. The holidays have always been special for me, but now they are even more special since I have a family to share it with."
In her new season of "Paris in Love," which premieres November 30 on Peacock, Hilton wants to show off her new life away from partying. "I'm just excited for my fans to see this next phase of my life, being a wife and a mother. They'll get a really in-depth look into my life and what a fun mother I am and how much I love it. " Viewers would "really get a glimpse into everything that's going on in my life right now." She's excited to show the world her mom era: "I feel like it's my best era yet, and that's just me."