Entrepreneur-socialite Hilton calls beau Carter Reum her 'twin flame' - GulfToday

Entrepreneur-socialite Hilton calls beau Carter Reum her 'twin flame'

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Paris Hilton shared a romantic post on her 17-month anniversary with beau Carter Reum.

Paris Hilton shared a romantic post on her 17-month anniversary with beau Carter Reum on Friday. She tagged the businessman as her twin flame, who makes her dream bigger than she ever had before.

Paris posted a video collage featuring Carter and her, and wrote: "Happy 17 Month Anniversary to my love Carter. I'm so happy that our souls found each other in this life. You lift me up and inspire me in ways you'll never fully know and I'm so thankful."

She added that when she looks back at the memories they have created, the hotel heiress gets emotional.

"When I look back at the memories we've already created together, I get so emotional and excited thinking about the adventures that still await us and the experiences we are destined to enjoy in this life. You make me dream bigger than I ever have before. My twin flame My other half. I love our love! #HappyAnniversary," she wrote.

Paris Hilton is an American media personality, socialite, businesswoman, model, singer, actress, and DJ. She is a great-granddaughter of Conrad Hilton, the founder of Hilton Hotels. Born in New York City, and raised there and in Beverly Hills, California, Hilton first attracted tabloid attention in the late 1990s, when she became a fixture in NYC's late-night scene. She ventured into modelling at age 19, signing with Donald Trump's agency Trump Model Management. After David

LaChapelle photographed her, alongside her sister Nicky, for the September 2000 issue of Vanity Fair, Hilton was proclaimed "New York's leading It Girl" in 2001.

Hilton published her book, Confessions of an Heiress (2004), which became a New York Times Best Seller, landed her first major film role in the horror remake House of Wax (2005) and released her self-titled debut studio album, Paris (2006), which reached number six on the Billboard 200, and respectively produced the successful single "Stars Are Blind."

Hilton returned to reality television in 2008 with the Paris Hilton's My New BFF franchise, in 2011 with The World According to Paris, and again in 2018 with Hollywood Love Story. She has played small roles in Hollywood films and television series, produced several of her own projects, and recorded a line of standalone singles.

She was also the subject of the documentaries Paris, Not France (2008), Teenage Paparazzo (2010), The American Meme (2018), and This Is Paris (2020).

In 2012, Hilton made her debut as a DJ at Brazil's Pop Music Festival. She held her own residence at the Amnesia nightclub in Ibiza between 2013 and 2017, was the highest-paid female DJ in 2014, and has performed at various festivals, such as Summerfest and Tomorrowland.

Credited with influencing the revival of the famous for being famous phenomenon throughout the 2000s, Hilton was, for a number of years, one of the world's most ubiquitous public figures.


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