Why Paris Hilton wants to have twins

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Paris Hilton at a YouTube event. (PHOTO: GALLO IMAGES/GETTY IMAGES)
Paris Hilton at a YouTube event. (PHOTO: GALLO IMAGES/GETTY IMAGES)

She’s made a fortune as a model, reality TV star, author, singer, actress, fragrance magnate and professional DJ. Now Paris Hilton says she’s ready to take on a new role – becoming a mom.

The socialite wants twins and says she’s already started planning a family with her tech entrepreneur bae, Carter Reum.

“I’m obsessed with dressing them up and having a Mini-Me,” she says. “We’re planning it already, it’s going to be a boy and girl.”

The 39-year-old says her long-time friend, Kim Kardashian West, inspired her to freeze her eggs. “When you freeze your eggs, you can pick if you get a boy, you get a girl, you get twins. I think every woman should do it because you can really control it and not have that, ‘Oh my God, I need to get married’.”

Paris has had a series of broken engagements. In a new YouTube documentary, This is Paris, the hotel heiress reveals she’s been in a string of toxic relationships, which she says stemmed from the abuse she suffered as a teen at a private boarding school.

But by all accounts, it seems like Carter is helping her heal from the hurt. The couple have been dating since late last year.

“When I met you, I knew you were the one. You’ve filled my heart with so much love. Everything in my life, all the good and bad, has led me to you,” she posted on social media.

Although they haven’t discussed marriage, Paris is already planning a family – and she’s already picked the baby names. “I have baby London, which is the girl, and I’m trying to figure out a name for the boy,” she says. “I don’t want a theme of cities, but I don’t know, it’s hard to decide.”

SOURCES: People.com, dailymail.com, eonline.com


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