Paris Hilton has opened up about lockdown (Picture: Yu Tsai/Tatler)
Paris Hilton has opened up about the positives she has found amid the difficulties of the coronavirus pandemic, admitting it enabled her to ‘re-evaluate’ her life.
The socialite and businesswoman, 40, told Tatler magazine that lockdown gave her a rare chance to pause her hectic schedule and spend time with her fiancé Carter Reum.
She revealed: ‘I’m loving it. I’m in the best place in my life. I’ve never been happier. I’m at home finally with my boyfriend and it’s so amazing.
‘My life was so hectic, travelling 250 days out of the year, for two decades. Obviously, it’s a really scary time around the world and my heart goes out to everyone.
‘But I try to see the silver lining and, for me, it’s been amazing to re-evaluate my life and my priorities.
‘I’ve lived such a full life, I now know that I am happy being at home. And I am excited for the next phase of my life: to grow up and get married and have a kid – kids – and live a real life. Because I never got to do that before.’
Paris has spent lockdown at her home in Los Angeles (Picture: Yu Tsai)
The socialite and businesswoman has revealed her first child will be called London (Picture: Yu Tsai)
Paris is Tatler’s May cover star (Picture: Yu Tsai)
Paris and Carter have been dating since 2019 and announced their engagement in February 2021.
She also revealed that her first child will be called ‘London’ as the city is her favourite place in the world – and it makes for a nice tribute to her own city-themed name too.
Paris has been with Carter since 2019 (Picture: Startraks Photo/REX)
Despite being able to spend more time at home, work still hasn’t slowed down for Paris, who is used to being on the go.
She added: ‘I don’t stop. I’m like a machine. I am always working. Now I have even more projects than ever. And being with [Carter], he’s so business-minded, I am so inspired by being with him every day.’
Paris also admitted that the thing that motivates her is ‘success’ and making her fans happy rather than money or fame, which she says ‘doesn’t interest’ her as she has always had it in her life.
See the full feature in the May issue of Tatler available via digital download and newsstands on Thursday, April 1.
Credit: Original article published here.