Paris Hilton, the famous American heiress model, singer, actress, entrepreneur, and fashion designer, has become a mom for the first time. Her hands hold tightly (the photo below) those of his little newborn Phoenix. Since November 2021, Paris has been married to Carter Reum: they have known each other for a long time. He’s a longstanding Hilton family friend. Carter is from Chicago, and he is an author, entrepreneur, and founder of M13 venture capital.
The birth happened thanks to surrogate pregnancy in great secrecy. The couple started in vitro fertilization (IVF) even before getting married, during the height of the Covid pandemic. As shown in the photo, Paris and Carter covered him with all their love; their son's arrival is an indescribable emotion. The Instagram announcement published has been a surprise to her fans and followers. She hasn’t revealed any information about her pregnancy. Paris’ family has only known once one week of baby life has gone. The nature of her choice, Paris, is not linked to her age or infertility problems: she fears childbirth.
Paris Hilton's first child, wholly named, is Phoenix Barron Hilton Reum, a choice "decided years ago", the couple said. Phoenix is a city in Arizona and is also the name of a mythical bird "that goes out and rises from the ashes to fly again. I want my son to grow up knowing that disaster and triumph come and go throughout his life”, he said in his Instagram video. The middle name Barron, on the other hand, is a tribute to her late grandfather William Barron Hilton, the hotel tycoon and president of the Hilton Hotels Corporation.
“It has always been my dream to be a mother, and I am so happy that Carter and I have found each other. We are so excited to start our family together, and our hearts are exploding with love for our little boy,” Paris Hilton said.
She's not the only one to choose this option, the reasons behind the choice could be multiple and strictly personal, but the goal is to become parents. In Hollywood, the list is longer Kim Kardashian to Nicole Kidman, from Sarah Jessica Parker to Ellen Pompeo. According to US data, couples, 80% of heterosexuals are turning to surrogate mothers. The entire process in the United States can cost up to 120,000 dollars with clear rights for future parents, children, and surrogate mothers, a price significantly reduced in unregulated markets.
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