Paris Hilton celebrates first anniversary with Carter Reum in the Maldives - 'Feels like a dream'

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Paris and Carter in the Maldives celebrating anniversary. Images via (parishilton)/ Instagram. Collage by Futhi Masilela
Paris and Carter in the Maldives celebrating anniversary. Images via (parishilton)/ Instagram. Collage by Futhi Masilela
  • Last November, Paris Hilton tied the knot to Carter Reum at a private estate.
  • The couple celebrated their first anniversary with a romantic getaway.
  • Paris shared images of the married couple on a private island in the Maldives.


Paris Hilton and Carter Reum married last November at a private estate and had a long list of guests, including her old friend Kim Kardashian, singer Paula Abdul and her Aunt Kyle Richards. The couple also had a wedding day special aired on Peacock as a 13-part docuseries, 'Paris in Love'. Now, a year into their marriage, the couple decided to go away to the Maldives to celebrate.

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The pair went to a private island in the Indian Ocean, where Paris shared a series of images of their romantic gateway. "Feels like a dream! I feel so lucky and blessed to be here with my love celebrating our anniversary," she captioned the post on Instagram. 

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The pictures she shared include the couple enjoying the sun at the beach and an infinity pool. The couple is also seen dressed up for dinner, where Paris is wearing a thigh-high slit white dress, while her husband is wearing a white long-sleeve formal shirt matched with formal black pants. At the beginning of the year, Paris shared with People about how married life has been for her and also spoke about her honeymoon. "I love being a wife," she said.

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"We had the most amazing honeymoon for seven weeks around the world, but I'm so glad to be able to be at home with my husband. It's the best feeling to get to build these new adventures in life with my person. Being married is such a great new chapter for both of us. We've been so close and inseparable the past two years, so it's always felt like we're married. He's my best, so it feels so safe getting to grow together," she adds.

Sources: People, Page Six


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