Paris Hilton opens up about IVF journey

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  • Paris Hilton has started in vitro fertilisation (IVF).
  • The heiress is currently seeing author, Carter Reum and says: "I really do believe that having a family and having children is the meaning of life."
  • During her appearance on The Trend Reporter with Mara podcast, she said: "And I haven't got to experience that, because I didn't feel like anybody deserved that love from me, and now I finally found the person who does."


Paris Hilton is opening up about her decision to start in vitro fertilisation (IVF).

The singer is currently dating author, Carter Reum, and is already thinking about starting a family.

"We have been doing the IVF so I can pick twins if I like," the 39-year-old said on The Trend Reporter with Mara podcast on Tuesday, before sharing it was longtime friend Kim Kardashian who told her about the process.

"I didn't even know anything about it," she explained. "I'm happy that she told me that advice and introduced me to her doctor. So yeah, we have them all ready to go."

She added, on egg extractions: "It was tough, but I knew it would be worth it. I did it a couple of times. Just doing it together and having a partner that is just so supportive and just always makes me feel like a princess all the time... it wasn't that bad."

She said she and Reum have spoken about kids – and a wedding!

"I'm just really excited to just move on for the next step of my life and finally just have a real life," the heiress, who recently opened up about experiencing trauma in her teenage years, said.

"I really do believe that having a family and having children is the meaning of life," she continued. "And I haven't got to experience that, because I didn't feel like anybody deserved that love from me, and now I finally found the person who does."

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