A first look at Paris Hilton's new baby boy Phoenix

A first look at Paris Hilton's new baby boy Phoenix

Updated on February 28, 2023 00:28 AM by Andrew Koschiev

The most adorable baby on the block is Phoenix Barron and Hilton Reum. In a photo shoot for the British magazine Glamour, Paris Hilton shared the first pictures of her son's face nearly one month after welcoming him via surrogacy. During an interview on Feb. 23, she said, "Whenever he looks at me, my heart melts. He's such a good boy." During nap time, Paris kisses her newborn baby while Paris sleeps on the baby's shoulders. Paris also kisses her baby while sleeping. Despite plans to keep her family news a secret, Paris surprised fans last month by announcing the birth of her first child. The past year has been so public, I felt I needed to keep this private," she told Glamour U.K. "Of course, it was hard not to share this with others. But I also love sharing these things with just Carter."

Paris explained about IVF

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She had a longstanding friend in Kim Kardashian, who welcomed Chicago and Psalm West via surrogacy during Paris' journey to parenthood. Kim had told me about IVF, so I did the one round and had frozen eggs." Paris explained. She told me about surrogacy too. The doctor I am seeing is Dr. Huang, and he has a concierge team who handles everything. They interview the surrogate to make sure they are healthy. It's a lot now since we're still in the middle of it." 

How important is her child to Paris?

Her mother instinct kicks in now, something she never had before, and now she feels complete. "I want to protect him and be in his presence at all times," she told Harper's Bazaar earlier this month. As a mother, she enjoys the simplicity of being a mother. Paris said, "I just want to be normal and enjoy my life with my family." "I have always heard my mom say, 'Paris, you've put so much effort into this, so just enjoy it.' It feels like I am finally building a real life, and I am living."

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