Paris Hilton opened up about how motherhood has helped her find ‘balance’ in life.
While reflecting on how her life has changed since the birth of her eight-month-old son Phoenix, the reality star, 42, explained she has become an expert at turning down invitations and opportunities to enjoy quality time with her baby boy.
‘I always make Phoenix my first priority, and I’ve learned how to say no,’ she gushed to People.
The businesswoman continued: ‘I’m constantly saying no to things, because I just want to spend as much time with him as possible, and I just don’t want to miss any of these special moments in his life and all these milestones.’
New chapter: Paris Hilton opened up about how motherhood has helped her find ‘balance’ in life
She went on to describe Phoenix as her ‘everything’ and revealed she ‘always’ puts him first.
In March, she revealed that she cannot wait to have more children just months after welcoming her first child via surrogate.
While at a signing for her book, Paris: The Memoir, she told TMZ that motherhood is ‘incredible’ and she was already eager to have another one.
When asked how many more, she raved ‘a couple of them.’
In January, Paris shocked fans when the star revealed that she had become a first-time mother.
Hilton told People that she and her husband had welcomed a son via surrogate.
‘It’s always been my dream to be a mother and I’m so happy that Carter and I found each other,’ she told the publication.
‘We are so excited to start our family together and our hearts are exploding with love for our baby boy,’ said Paris.
Mom life: While reflecting on how her life has changed since the birth of her eight-month-old son Phoenix, the reality star, 42, explained she has become an expert at turning down invitations and opportunities to enjoy quality time with her baby boy (seen earlier this month)
‘I always make Phoenix my first priority, and I’ve learned how to say no,’ she gushed to People
Hilton was born in 1981, in New York City, to Rick – Richard Hilton – and Kathy Hilton, a former child actress who sisters are Kyle and Kim Richards of RHOBH.
Paris’ paternal great-grandfather was Conrad Hilton, who founded Hilton Hotels.
The model was raised between New York and The Hamptons and Beverly Hills.
In LA she attended the Buckley School and St. Paul the Apostle School. She went to Marywood-Palm Valley School in Rancho Mirage, California.
At 15, she attended Professional Children’s School.
She has said she was raised in a ‘conservative’ way with no dating or makeup. She described it as ‘very proper, very prim, almost like a Stepford wife’ to be introduced to the high society lifestyle.
When back in NYC as a teen she partied a lot.
At 16, to a series of boarding schools for emotionally troubled teens, including Provo Canyon School, where she says that she was mentally and physically abused by the staff.
In her documentary This Is Paris, Hilton and other former students from Provo Canyon School recall the abuses they faced, including solitary confinement, forced medication, restraint, battery and strangulation.
She attended Provo for 11 months and was released in 1999 when she turned 18.