Guest last Thursday of the program “The One Show” on the British channel BBC One, the 42-year-old American jet-setter promotes her book Paris: The Memoir.
Became a mother last January of a baby boy born to a surrogate mother, Paris Hilton embarked on a promotional tour for the release of his book titled Paris: The Memoir. “Writing this book was one of the most terrifying yet rewarding things I’ve ever done. I can’t wait for you to get to know the real me”she wrote about it last Tuesday on her social networks. ” Everyone knows the Paris of the 2000s, from “The Simple Life” to clubs in New York. My life seemed like a fairy tale, but there is so much more that no one knows, not even my closest friends. It was extremely cathartic to finally open up and tell the whole story: the glamour, the struggles and everything in between. »
After the United States, the 42-year-old jet-setter headed for Europe to respond to the invitation of the program “The One Show” on the British channel BBC One. Among the many questions asked, host Rylan Clark took the liberty of asking him what his five cell phones were for. “I have one for my friends, one for Europe, one for work, one because I’m shy when people ask me for my number and I don’t want to give it out, I give them that one. And one last for jokes”she replied with amu*****t. “My mother is an eternal teenager and loves to prank me. She put my sister in the loop. »
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Paris Hilton is no exception. The American heiress recently settled with her husband Carter Reum and their child in a mansion in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles. Rather than buying this new home, the couple opted to rent for an exorbitant rent of 150,000 euros per month.