To protect the privacy of her kid, Paris Hilton will stop at nothing to achieve her goal.
The new mother, who is 41 years old, spoke about how she took precautions to conceal the fact that her baby was born privately when she appeared on the cover of the March Legacy Issue of Harper’s Bazaar.
The television personality said that when she checked into the hospital for the birth of her kid, she hid her identity by donning a brown wig as part of her disguise. She also disclosed that only she, her husband Carter Reum, and their surrogate were aware of the upcoming birth of their child. When she signed on, however, she did so under a new name.
Hilton was quoted as saying to the site, “My whole life has been so public.” “Never in my life have I done something just for myself. We came to the conclusion that we wanted to have this whole encounter all to ourselves.”
Hilton and Reum, who is already a father to a daughter whom he shares with former reality star Laura Bellizzi, brought their baby boy home to an empty house and enjoyed two days of total alone time, all while telling staffers that the Beverly Hills home was being painted.
Later, the singer who is well known for her hit song “Stars Are Blind” discussed how the challenges she had as a kid helped her better understand what she want for her own family.
“I want to be with him all the time and do whatever I can to keep him safe,” she said. “You suddenly find that you have a maternal instinct, which is something I’ve never experienced before. I feel so whole now.”
After the birth of her son, Paris Hilton spoke exclusively with People magazine about how excited she is for the next chapter in her life.
She shared her excitement with the publication People at the time, saying, “It’s always been my ambition to be a mother and I’m so pleased that Carter and I found one other.” “Our hearts are bursting with love for our little son, and we couldn’t be more delighted to start our family together,” you said.
Hilton took to Instagram to announce the happy news, posting a close-up picture of her newborn daughter holding onto her thumb. In her letter, she told him, “You are already adored beyond words.”