Despite growing up in the limelight to a wealthy family, Paris Hilton has claimed she was not brought up "spoilt". In a new interview, the 36-year-old heiress took the opportunity to criticise parents in Hollywood for "spoiling" their children out of "guilt". Talking about her own upbringing, the reality star told ES Magazine: "We always had that work ethic, instilled in my father by his father, and passed on for generations in my family."
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Paris, who is reported to have a net worth of £80million, went on to suggest that there are several parents in Hollywood who push their children into the limelight from an early age and take advantage of that. She added: "You know, like actresses’ moms, who kind of live off their kid, who’s been working since they were like a month old. And that’s a big percentage of Hollywood. I saw a lot of kids growing up in families who weren’t there for them, and just spoiled them because they felt guilty."
Paris Hilton has opened up about her upbringing
The American socialite, who was best friends with Kim Kardashian and Nicole Richie in the Noughties, is now in a new relationship with actor Chris Zylka. Speaking about their three-month romance, she told the publication: "I'm so in love. He's the man of my life. We're best friends." In a previous interview, the TV star confessed she would love to start a family at some point, especially as she feels like she has done everything professionally.
The TV star is in a new relationship with actor Chris Zylka
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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."