Paris Hilton Reflects on Past Struggles with Misogyny and Embraces New Role as Mom
In a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight, Hilton revealed that she's loving her experience of motherhood. She described the magical moments with her son, saying, "My favorite moments are when...
Paris Hilton, the 42-year-old heiress, and great-granddaughter of Hilton Hotels founder Conrad Hilton, recently opened up about her experiences with misogyny during her early career. In an interview with The Independent, Hilton discussed the toxic environment for young women in the early 2000s and how she believes the landscape has started to change.
Hilton recalled, “The early 2000s were really about tearing women down and pitting them against each other. It was just so toxic.” She expressed gratitude for the ongoing progress but acknowledged that there is still work to do, saying, “There’s definitely a lot of misogyny still left in this world.”
Now a mother, Hilton welcomed her baby boy, Phoenix, via surrogate in January. She shared her concerns about her son growing up and potentially following in her footsteps. Hilton, who married Carter Reum in 2021, said, “I get nervous when I think of him being a teenager and if he’s gonna want to sneak out at night. And I hope that he doesn’t want to be in this industry, because it’s a lot. I’m hoping he’ll be a nerd like his dad and do business or sports or something.”
In a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight, Hilton revealed that she’s loving her experience of motherhood. She described the magical moments with her son, saying, “My favorite moments are when he’s just laying on my chest and he’s looking into my eyes and my heart just melts and I just feel that this is just the most magical time in my life.”
Hilton has also found solace in sharing her story with fans through her memoir, ‘Paris: The Memoir’. She described the writing process as therapeutic, explaining, “This has just been the most therapeutic experience of my life, putting it all out there. [There are] just so many emotions and just so many experiences that I endured and tried to forget, but writing them all out and putting them out there has just made me feel just really incredible.”