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Paris Hilton Welcomes Second Baby, a Girl, with Husband Carter Reum: ‘So Much to Be Grateful For’

Paris Hilton had an extra special reason to celebrate this Thanksgiving.
The DJ and heiress, 42, announced Thursday that she has welcomed a second child with husband Carter Reum — a baby girl, whom she has seemingly named London.

Hilton revealed the news on her Instagram by sharing a snap of a pink Peter Pan collared top and cozy bottoms with in-built feet alongside the caption, “Thankful for my baby girl🥹🩷👶🏼.”

The word “London” was printed on the front of the top, while a pair of hot pink heart-shaped sunglasses and a knitted toy bunny had also been placed on the outfit.

Hilton’s aunt, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards, commented on the post with a series of pink heart emojis, while supermodel Naomi Campbell added, “Congratulations @parishilton & welcome Londom 💖💖💖.”

The baby girl joins the couple’s son Phoenix Barron, who Hilton and Reum, also 42, welcomed via surrogate in January.

The Paris in Love star also shared the news in a TikTok posted on Thanksgiving. In the video, Hilton can be seen asking her niece and nephew, “You guys excited for your new cousin?”

“You have two babies?” asked her nephew in response.

“I have two babies,” confirmed Hilton.

In the comments section of the video, Hilton also responded to a fan who wrote, “OMG ANOTHER BABY!!!! A GIRL SO HAPPY FOR YOU!!!! 🎀🎀🎀🎀🎀🎀🎀💕💕💕.”

“💕My princess has arrived!!🥹🥲,” she replied.

The TV personality captioned the clip, “Priceless moments🥹 Family is everything🥰.”

In a separate video shared on her Instagram Story Thursday, Hilton and Reum can be seen dancing at the dinner table with Phoenix as Reum shouts, “Big brother, big brother!”

“I’m a big brother!” adds Hilton.

Meanwhile, in another clip, Hilton sweetly asks her son, who gurgles in response, “Are you a big brother today? Are you the big brother now? You going to watch after your sister?”

A representative for Hilton did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.

Earlier this month, Hilton alluded to growing her family and told PEOPLE that she “can’t wait to have another baby,” and would love to have a little girl next.
She also opened up about how she’s “obsessed” with her son Pheonix and the sweet moments they share together.

“It’s exciting to have this next phase in my life and just to have this little angel who just brightens up my day every morning and his smile melts my heart,” she told PEOPLE. “He’s my best buddy and I just am obsessed.”

Hilton added that her son spends his time laughing and dancing, as well as smiling “every second.” She also revealed that Phoenix has already mastered a few words.

“He says, ‘Mama.’ He says, ‘Yes.’ He says, ‘Dada’ too, now,” Hilton said. “I felt like the other day when I said, ‘I love you, bey.’ He said something back to me and it sounded like, ‘I love you.’ ”

Hilton and Reum got engaged in Feb. 2021 after more than a year of dating and tied the knot in a three-day wedding ceremony that November. A longtime friend of the Hilton family, Reum — a Chicago native — is an author, entrepreneur, and started venture capital firm M13.

“It’s always been my dream to be a mother and I’m so happy that Carter and I found each other,” the proud mom exclusively told PEOPLE after they welcomed Phoenix. “We are so excited to start our family together and our hearts are exploding with love for our baby boy.”


Paris Hilton Inks Content and Commerce Deal With Elon Musk’s X/Twitter, Will Host Videos Featuring Live Shopping

Paris Hilton is getting her X on.

The influencer and entrepreneur — who has 16.6 million followers on X, formerly known as Twitter — announced a deal with the social platform owned by Elon Musk for an array of content and commerce initiatives.

Under the deal between X and Hilton and her 11:11 Media company, she and X will work together to create four original video content programs per year that include live-shopping features. Hilton will also serve as a launch partner for new X consumer products, services and feature releases, according to the companies.

The deal includes a revenue-sharing agreement between X and 11:11 Media. A spokesman for X said that “we’ve created a financial arrangement that is attractive to both parties.”

“I’m excited to announce an official partnership with X today,” Hilton, chairwoman and CEO of 11:11, said in an audio post on the service. “Together, we’re going to be exploring new ways to connect with all of you across video, live video, live shopping and even Spaces. And we’re just getting started. Loves it.”

The commercial areas of focus for the partnership will encompass live shopping, music and video (tied to “peak conversation periods” and “Paris’ content priorities” such as “Halloween, music, motherhood and cooking.”

X’s Live Shopping product lets users watch, chat and shop all in the same window. While watching a livestream with Hilton on X, users will be able to browse through a catalog of products and then click through to the site to make a purchase via the service’s in-app browser.

In addition, X said it will work to secure brand sponsorship to support each of Hilton’s activations, including each of the live-shopping content programs.

Linda Yaccarino, CEO of X, posted, “The queen of pop culture, music, business, and TV is #Sliving on X. @ParisHilton welcome to the @X family, we’re excited to launch an official partnership with you and your next-gen media company 11:11. Together we will create a launchpad for new initiatives in video and live video, live commerce, Spaces, and more. Let’s do this!”


MSCHF & Crocs Debut Big Yellow Boot, Paris Hilton Not Included

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MSCHF is bursting with good ideas so you can’t blame the art collective for iterating on some of its biggest hits. Following the world-dominating success of the Big Red Boot, MSCHF and Crocs have remade the cartoonish shoes in the shape of SpongeBob.

The queen of Y2K, she of the Juicy Couture velour sweatsuits and UGG boots, stars in the debut campaign for MSCHF and Crocs’ giant yellow Boot, wearing the enormous rubber non-clog look while dressed as Kill Bill Barbie.

More specifically, Hilton is seen dressed in either a very Uma Thurman black-and-yellow get-up or a head-to-toe, crystal-encrusted “SLIVING” bodysuit. Just Paris Hilton doing Paris Hilton things.

MSCHF and Crocs’ collaborative boot was actually revealed during the most recent round of Paris Fashion Week but not by Paris Hilton, which would’ve been appropriate.

Instead, professional prankster Tommy Cash introduced the world to the MSCHF x Crocs Boot, which is really just a yellow, semi-Crocs-ified version of the original Big Red Boot.

In fact, though the MSCHF x Crocs Boot isn’t red and it’s got all the perforations necessary to distinguish itself from the OG, it’s also just called the Big Red Boot.

Presumably the unreleased black iteration of the Big Red Boot will following the same confusing but brand-appropriate naming convention.


Paris Hilton to attend Met Gala 2023 for first time ever

Paris Hilton is (finally) headed to the Met Gala.

The heiress, DJ and author will attend fashion’s biggest night for the first time ever this year, Page Six Style has confirmed.

TMZ was the first to report Hilton would be attending on Thursday.

Sources told the outlet that Hilton scored the coveted invite from Vogue and the designer of her look for the event, details of which are still under wraps.

The new mom was famously friendly with late designer Karl Lagerfeld, whose life and work are the focus of the Met Costume Institute’s accompanying exhibition this year.

She’s collected the fashion house’s bags for years, and even posed with Lagerfeld at a Dom Perignon party in 2006 — along with her friend and former employee Kim Kardashian, who will also be in attendance Monday.

Paris’ sister, Nicky, attended the ball just once, in 2001.

In her 2022 book “Anna: The Biography,” fashion journalist Amy Odell detailed the tight grip Vogue’s Anna Wintour maintains over every aspect of the gala — particularly the guest list.

“A night of excess and exhibition, the Met Gala is where Wintour flaunts her dominance over an industry that’s predicated on the understanding that there is an ‘in’ and an ‘out,’” Odell wrote.

“In Wintour’s world, people occupy those distinct buckets. Some are always ‘out’ — low-performing assistants, the Met’s event planners who tell her she can’t hang a dropped ceiling over a priceless statue, the Hilton sisters.”

Odell also noted, however, that it’s possible for someone to “begin as ‘out’ and become ‘in,’” citing Kardashian as an example.

It would seem that for Hilton — who’s fresh off the release of her memoir and has been making headlines with her advocacy against abusive youth facilities — that day has arrived.


Paris Hilton Signs Up With YMU Music’s FM Group for Representation (EXCLUSIVE)

Paris Hilton will be represented by transatlantic talent management company YMU under the recently formed FM Group banner, a division of YMU Music led by Alex Frankel, FM president and Chris Maher, FM COO.

FM will work with Hilton across all of her global music business.

Hilton, the co-founder of next-gen entertainment company 11:11, has a social audience of more than 64 million. Hilton’s recently released memoir “Paris: The Memoir” is currently No. 5 on the New York Times nonfiction bestseller chart. After recently welcoming her first child, Hilton is currently focused on her return to pop music and a new album, a follow up to her 2006 debut “Paris,” with collaborators and friends including Miley Cyrus, Meghan Trainor, Diplo and Sia.

Frankel said: “It is my enormous privilege to represent Paris Hilton and I’m so excited to share the incredible music we’re working on together. I’m grateful, as well, to Matt Colon and Mary Bekhait, for affording me the opportunity to lead my own FM team, a new division within the tremendous global YMU infrastructure.”

YMU Group holds global offices and works across the entertainment, music, sport, art, social, literary and business management sectors.

Mary Bekhait, YMU Group CEO said: “We are thrilled that Paris Hilton has joined YMU – she is a true icon who transcends the worlds of culture, fashion, music and art like no other. We look forward to supporting Paris’ ambitions on a global scale.”

Matt Colon, global president of music, YMU, added: “I’ve known and worked with Alex Frankel for nearly 15 years as client, colleague, fan and friend. I am excited at FM Group’s potential with its own unique vision for multi-hyphenate superstars guided by Alex’s unique creative vision paired with YMU’s breadth of services and network.”

YMU’s worldwide talent list includes 3Lau, Emily Ratajkowski, Ant & Dec, Steve Aoki, The Rolling Stones, Clint Dempsey, Amelia Dimoldenberg, Davina McCall, Slimesunday and Clara Amfo.


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