Paris Hilton talks about her “family of four” honoring holiday “traditions.”

Through a surrogate, Paris Hilton and Carter Reum received their son Phoenix, age 11 months, and daughter London, age 6 weeks.

With her family of four getting ready to enjoy the holidays, Paris Hilton is savoring every second.

In an interview with People Magazine, the multihyphenate, 42, revealed that she was excited for this time of year to finally take their “very first holiday photo with Phoenix and London, as a family of four.”

For the family photo, Hilton, her husband Carter Reum, their 6-week-old daughter London Marilyn, their 11-month-old son Phoenix, and themselves were all dressed in identical plaid pajamas.

Hilton remarked to the publication, “I’ve always dreamt of this moment and we can’t wait to start our own family traditions, celebrate the holidays, and ring in the new year.”

“Having this wonderful family and life together makes me feel incredibly fortunate and blessed.”

The socialite revealed on Instagram last month that she and Reum had welcomed their second child, a daughter.

She said that she and Reum “are just so grateful and so happy” at the time to the outlet. Being able to spend our first holidays as parents is amazing.

After dating for more than a year, Hilton and Reum got engaged in February 2021 and were married in November of the same year.

In January of last year, they welcomed their first child through surrogacy.

Summary

Paris Hilton and Carter Reum welcomed their son Phoenix and daughter London through surrogacy. The couple, who have four children, are excited to take their first holiday photo together. Hilton shared her excitement and gratitude for the family tradition. They recently welcomed their second child, a daughter, on Instagram. Hilton and Reum got engaged in February 2021 and married in November. They welcomed their first child through surrogacy in January last year.

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