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Paris Hilton shares first photos of five-month-old daughter



By Ellie Iorizzo, PA Los Angeles Correspondent

Paris Hilton has released the first photos of her five-month-old daughter, London.

The American star has her daughter and son Phoenix, both born via surrogacy, with entrepreneur husband Carter Reum, whom she married in November 2021.

Hilton, 43, said her “incredible journey through motherhood” had inspired a new and “very personal song” with her Australian singer-songwriter Sia, titled Fame Won’t Love You.

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“Introducing London Marilyn Hilton-Reum,” Hilton said on Instagram, sharing a series of photos in the woods with her daughter wearing a pink bow on her head.

“For as long as I can remember, I have dreamed of having a daughter named London. I’m so grateful she’s here. I truly cherish every moment I spend with her.

“Along with Phoenix, my angel babies have shown me a love that I didn’t even know could go so deep before I became their mother.”

Hilton said the new song featuring her “dear friend” Sia is a reminder of the “special bond” she has with her children and her husband.

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“My family is more precious than anything in the world,” Hilton said, alongside photos of the family of four on a blanket.

“It is an anthem that gives you the strength to hold your most sacred relationships even closer to your heart – whether with family, friends or yourself.

“I hope you love it as much as I do.”

Hilton previously described the song as a “tribute to growing up in the spotlight.”

It comes after Hilton appeared on stage at the Coachella music festival in California during US rock band Vampire Weekend’s set.

Reality star Hilton, who wore a black cowboy hat and matching outfit, played an American game called Cornhole, which involved throwing a beanbag into an angled board.

She said, “I haven’t played this game since The Simple Life,” referring to the reality series she starred in alongside Nicole Richie, which premiered in 2003.