Gender of Nicky Hilton's baby revealed – by her sister Paris

Paris Hilton cannot wait to be an auntie. The 35-year-old spoke excitedly about her younger sister Nicky Hilton's pregnancy this week, and revealed that the mum-to-be will welcome a baby girl this summer.

"I'm so excited for the baby," Paris, 35, told Us Weekly at a gala event in New York on Monday. "She's going to be such a beautiful little girl, and I can't wait to meet her."


Paris Hilton has revealed that sister Nicky is expecting a baby girl

The former reality star also revealed how Nicky, 32, and her husband James Rothschild have been preparing for the arrival of their first child.

"They've been getting the nursery ready so I've been going to all the baby stores," Paris said. "Now that I know it's a girl, it's getting easier to buy things for her. I love all the dresses I've got her. There are so many beautiful dresses and little princess outfits. So I can't wait to see her in them."

Paris has said she cannot wait to be an auntie for the first time

The DJ is also ready to step up to babysitting duties. "I'm just so excited to meet her! And just do aunt things," she added. "I've never been an aunt, so it'll be something very new for me, and I love babies so I can't wait just to see her."

On the subject of baby names, Paris revealed there is one moniker that is off limits. "My favourite name for a baby is London, but that's for my baby," she said. "For her, I don't know, I can't really think of a name."

Pregnant Nicky with her husband James Rothschild

A source told the publication that Nicky only recently found out the sex of her baby, ahead of her baby shower next week.

Nicky's pregnancy was confirmed in January, six months after she married James in a lavish London wedding. The couple were said to be "over the moon" at the happy news. "Nicky is very excited to become a mum, she is feeling great!" a source told People at the time. "They've just begun telling close friends and family. Nicky and James are over the moon!"

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