Has Paris Hilton split from boyfriend Thomas Gross?

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It looks like there's more heartbreak ahead for unlucky-in-love Paris Hilton. The heiress has allegedly split from boyfriend Thomas Gross, after a year of dating.

Paris, 35, previously described the millionaire businessman as her 'soulmate' – but sources claim their busy work schedules and the distance between them became too much. It was reported Paris had relocated to Europe to be closer to Thomas and she told of how he was different to all of her other boyfriends.

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Paris Hilton previously described Thomas Gross as her soulmate

Thomas and Paris met in May 2015 at the Cannes Film Festival, and it wasn't long before they were snapped kissing on a yacht off the coast of Spain. Just two months later Paris shared a love-up photo of them on Instagram, simply captioned: "Soulmates".

In November last year, Paris told Closer: "He's very private so he'd never want cameras following us around. I'm so busy with my work that when I do get time at home, I don't have time to watch reality TV. I like to cook for my boyfriend and watch movies together."

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Last year Paris revealed her desire to start a family

She added: "Thomas is my soulmate. I've never been happier. He doesn't like fame, he just wants me. With previous boyfriends I felt there was always an intention, but with him I know it's all about love."

Just weeks before meeting Thomas, Paris revealed her desire to start a family – adding that she'd done everything she wanted professionally.

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During an interview with BANG! Showbiz, she said: "I feel like I've done pretty much everything I've wanted to do. I've done music, designing, TV, everything. The one thing I didn't get involved in until a couple of years ago is real estate, and now I'm following in my family's footsteps, opening my own properties – I love that. But next is [definitely] having a family."

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