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  •   Home > News > Entertainment

    Paris Hilton thinks having children is the "true meaning of life"

    The 'Cooking With Paris' singer recently dismissed speculation she's expecting her first child with fiance Carter Reum but she admitted she "can't wait" to have kids one day and regularly discusses the topic with her sister, Nicky Hilton, who has five-year-old Lily-Grace and three-year-old Teddy with her husband James Rothschild


    She said: "[She told me being a parent] changes your whole life completely.

    "It's just the true meaning of life. It brings you so much joy and so much love that you could never even have imagined before. So I just can't wait for that day one day."

    When she does start her family, the 40-year-old heiress is planning to cut down on her workload.

    She told 'Entertainment Tonight': "I always love being a boss babe. I love working hard. I'm running a huge empire so I'm always focused on my business.

    "But one day when I become a mother, I'm not going to be traveling the way that I used to. It was way too much."

    But for now, Paris is busy planning her wedding and she's delighted Carter has fitted well into her family.

    She said: "I just love that Carter is so close with my family as well and excited to join our families all together.

    "I am so blessed that my parents are still together. They've been together since they were teenagers and fell in love, so it's a relationship that I look up to."

    Paris recently laughed off reports she's pregnant and insisted she won't be having kids until 2022 as she wants to get married first.

    Speaking in a special episode of her podcast, she said: “I woke up to about 3,000 texts – all my iPhones are blowing up, all five of them, with everyone wishing me congratulations and saying they’re so happy for me. I’ve heard from people I haven’t heard from in years. So thank you everyone for all the messages, but yes, I am pregnant with triplets. So thank you for the congratulations, I really appreciate it, and I am just so excited for motherhood.

    “Just kidding. I am not pregnant. Not yet. I’m waiting until after the wedding. My dress is being made right now so I want to make sure it looks gorgeous and fits perfectly, so definitely waiting for that part.

    “I’m not yet. I will be after the wedding, I can’t wait to have children in 2022. But like I said, I’m just preparing for the wedding right now.”

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