Paris Hilton has another reason to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. She became a mother for the second time as she announced the arrival of her baby, a girl named London Marilyn. Paris shares her daughter with her husband, businessman Carter Reum.
Paris shared an adorable snap of London’s social media debut on Instagram. The photo shows a pink two-piece baby outfit with London’s name written in embroidered studs, matching heart sunglasses, and a crocheted toy rabbit. Overall, we think it’s the sweetest way to introduce London to the world.
“Thankful for my baby girl,” writes Paris, adding wide-eyed, pink heart and baby emojis. She’s also the mother of her ten-month-old son, Phoenix Barron, who arrived via surrogate in January of this year. Kim Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian, and their mother, Kris Jenner, gifted Phoenix a life-sized plush alpaca to celebrate his birth.
As London joins the Hilton-Reum family, she’ll be no doubt pampered but showered with unconditional love if she hasn’t already. She’ll also join her big brother, Phoenix, who Paris hopes will “watch over his sister” in a TikTok clip.
How Paris Hilton chose the name Phoenix for her first baby
Per her 2023 released book “Paris: The Memoir,” the Simple Life star revealed the meaning of her son’s name. His first and middle names hold significance and a family honor.
“[Carter and I] plan to name him Phoenix, a name I decided on years ago when I was searching cities, countries, and states on a map looking for something to go with Paris and London,” she shares and adds the meaning behind the unusual but strong name. “It’s the bird that flames out and rises from the ashes to fly again. I want my son to grow up knowing that disaster and triumph go around and come around throughout our lives. And that should give us great hope for his future.”
For Phoenix’s middle name, which happens to be “Barron,” Paris revealed that it was the name of her late grandfather, Barron Hilton, with whom she had a close relationship. Linking Phoenix with him with his name is a special nod to honoring her grandfather, who passed away in 2021.
Becoming a mother forever changed Paris, and she relishes the role every moment with her two children, stating, “It’s always been my dream.”