Hilton changed her Twitter bio to read ‘my forever begins today’ after marrying third time
Paris Hilton changed her Twitter bio to read “my forever begins today” following her wedding ceremony in Paris, France, on Saturday, the socialite has announced.
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The 38-year-old, who is known for wearing extravagant outfits and for giving her friends and family a lift from the airport to their hotel, had shared photos of her wearing a sleek black dress with a white train, carrying a bouquet of white roses and wearing an extravagant necklace, before the ceremony.
Paris Hilton looks over the balcony after her wedding to German businessman Thomas Gross in Paris on Saturday. Photograph: Richard Young/REX/Shutterstock
She posted a photograph of herself and her mother, Kathy Hilton, taken before her wedding, which showed her in a satin pink gown, pearls and flower crown, along with a picture of her engagement ring.
Paris Hilton (@ParisHilton) My mom is my best friend ❤️❤️❤️❤️💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕
Paris Hilton (@ParisHilton) I’m so lucky to have the best family and a life filled with the most special people! #HAPPYWEDDING
Paris Hilton (@ParisHilton) I can’t stop smiling! #KissesfromMama
Paris Hilton has frequently used social media to announce her engagements and subsequent weddings. In October 2016, she shared a photograph of her in a pink diamond ring after she had announced her engagement to Swedish businessman Chris Zylka.
In January 2018, she posted a picture of her and her new husband, Thomas Gross, on Instagram, marking their one-year wedding anniversary. In the caption, she wrote: “One year of love and marriage!”
Paris Hilton and Thomas Gross in Los Angeles in January 2018. Photograph: David M Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images
Paris Hilton is the daughter of hotel magnate Barron Hilton, who died in a skiing accident in 1972 at the age of 20. She grew up in Las Vegas and once claimed she was raised on “Five A’s” – “Beer, A’s, Azzurri, A’s and Azzurri”.
Hilton began her TV career starring in The Simple Life with Nicole Richie in 2003. The show was based on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and the daughter of Hollywood royalty proved to be a hit among fans and critics alike, displaying a down-to-earth attitude and ability to befriend strangers.
Having experienced some personal problems in the public eye over the years, Hilton made a successful move into film in 2005, starring in a remake of The Pledge alongside an all-star cast including Kirsten Dunst, Bob Hoskins and Jennifer Garner. She also acted in Todd Phillips’ 2005 horror thriller House of Wax. In 2014, she went back to TV with an appearance on Extra, which was the first major game show she had appeared on.
Hilton returned to celebrity life more recently by appearing in the reality series The Paris Hilton Apprentice, which followed her bid to become the next 007 for the Sky TV show.