Paris Hilton is living her best life as a mom of two. The Paris in Love star announced she and husband Carter Reum—who are parents to 10-month-old son Phoenix—have welcomed their second child together, a baby girl named London. Alongside a photo featuring a pink two-piece set sporting their daughter’s name posted to Instagram on Thanksgiving, the Simple Life alum wrote, “Thankful for my baby girl.
Paris also detailed the couple’s latest arrival in a TikTok, in which she asks her niece and nephew, “You guys excited for your new cousin?” And when her nephew asked if she did indeed have two kids, the Cooking With Paris star confirmed, “I have two babies.”
The newest addition to their family comes after she and Carter welcomed their baby boy via surrogate in January. Ahead of this year’s extra special holiday season, the “Stars Are Blind” singer shared insight into the couple’s future family plans, noting they couldn’t wait to have their “own little princess one day.”
“That’s something that we talk about,” Paris told E! News in October, “and think about all the time.”Especially seeing as how the pair have been busy soaking in every aspect parenthood has to offer.
“It’s been such a special time,” the 42-year-old continued. “My little baby boy is my world and he’s made my life feel so complete. My husband is just the sweetest, kindest, most loyal and loving partner—just my everything.” Simply put, Paris loves it.
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Lady Du reflects on how she left her passion for DJing to become a singer. She recounted how she explored DJing in her father’s house. THIS IS MY FATHER’S HOUSE, I used his vinyl collection. I want to reach out to every human being that’s at the lowest point of their lives, the ones that feel like giving up, I started playing at 9 when djing wasn’t popular, I played Hip hop and house.
I then got an opportunity to travel the world which lead me to leaving my purpose, I came back I continued but fell out of love with it because it was no longer about the skill people have changed and evolved. I enjoyed the practical part of it, so I chose singing,” she wrote. Read more