Paris Hilton presents her daughter London! The celebrity shares delightful first pictures of her baby girl, five months post birth.

Paris Hilton has unveiled the first charming photos of her baby daughter, London. The 43-year-old socialite, who welcomed London via surrogate last November, posed alongside her husband, Carter Reum, also 43, and their 15-month-old son, Phoenix. The photos, captured by CamraFace, featured London looking delightful in a pink bow and dress, accompanied by a loving caption from Hilton.


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She wrote: “Introducing London Marilyn Hilton-Reum, I’ve always dreamed of having a daughter named London. I am immensely grateful she is here and I truly cherish every moment with her.

“With Phoenix, my angel babies have revealed a depth of love I never knew existed before I became their mother.”

The star also shared that her new song with Sia was inspired by her experiences with motherhood.

In her song “Fame Won’t Love You,” Paris Hilton poignantly sings about seeking validation in the adoring smiles of her audience, only to realize that “fame won’t love you like a mother, like a father should.”

In her caption, she wrote, “My journey through motherhood has inspired a new, deeply personal song with my dear friend Sia, titled ‘Fame Won’t Love You.’ This song is a reminder of how the special bond I share with my children, my husband, and my family is more precious than anything else in the world. It’s an anthem to encourage you to cherish your most sacred relationships—whether with family, friends, or yourself.


“Fame Won’t Love You” is a song about what I’ve come to know is most important in my life: my family 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 I am so thankful for my the woman I have become because of them!✨👶🏼👶🏼✨ Stream #FameWontLoveYou now at the link in bio! #CutesieCrew

♬ Fame Won’t Love You (feat. Paris Hilton) – Sia

“I hope you love it as much as I do. It would mean the world if you could listen to #FameWontLoveYou on repeat today.”

Speaking to People, she shared, “With Mother’s Day approaching, I couldn’t resist introducing my baby girl London to the world and sharing these cherished moments of our family.”

“Phoenix and London are my everything, and I feel like the luckiest woman to be married to the love of my life and have our beautiful family. We are the best team, and my life finally feels complete.”

This announcement follows Hilton’s hint in the comments of a TikTok video that she would soon show London’s face publicly.

Fans had inquired in the comments when she would reveal her youngest child’s face on social media. While Hilton didn’t specify a date, she assured them that it would be soon.

Hilton and Reum started dating in 2019.

The DJ and the 43-year-old businessman got engaged in February 2021 and were married by that November.

Hilton shared that she and her husband welcomed their son Phoenix via surrogate in January of the previous year.

Since then, Hilton’s eldest child has appeared in numerous posts across her social media platforms.

The reality TV star and her husband later welcomed another child, London, also through surrogacy, last November.

Attention turned to Hilton’s eldest son late last year when several Instagram users began posting negative comments about his appearance.

In an interview with People last November, Hilton expressed that her “mama bear instincts” kicked in after reading disparaging remarks about her son.

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She sharply criticized those who commented negatively about Phoenix, calling them “cruel” and “miserable.”

“I couldn’t believe that they could be so mean and vicious towards a little innocent baby,” she stated.

Hilton explained that while she has grown used to facing online criticism, she draws the line at derogatory comments directed towards her son.

“You can say whatever you want about me, but this is my little angel. If anyone says anything to harm him or his feelings, I will always stand up to protect him,” she declared.

The DJ also expressed gratitude towards those who supported Phoenix during that period.

“Having people stand up for me was incredibly meaningful, and seeing that kind of support for Phoenix really touched my heart,” she remarked.

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