Who is American media personality Paris Hilton married to?
Paris Hilton is an American media personality, businesswoman, socialite, model, and entertainer. The 42-year-old who broke into the spotlight with a role in Donald Trump’s modelling agency and made a name for herself through modelling for famous magazines may not be as much in the news now as she used to be – but fans still ask who is Hilton married to at the moment.
As it turns out, Hilton is married to Carter Reum. The pair began dating in 2019 after knowing each other for 15 years. They were married in November 2021 and welcomed their first child in January 2023. The couple welcomed their first child, a baby boy, via surrogate in January 2023. This comes after Hilton shared that she and Reum tried in vitro fertilization in 2021. Roughly a month after the birth of their son, Hilton revealed his name: Phoenix Barron Hilton Reum.
The socialite and entrepreneur have known each other since their mid-20s, but didn’t strike up a romance until late 2019. And although they kept the dating portion of their relationship mostly out of the public eye, Hilton and Reum have been vocal about their life together since their engagement and opulent wedding in February and November 2021, respectively.
“I can’t wait to grow our family,” Hilton told PEOPLE following their three-day wedding weekend in Los Angeles. Both the extravaganza as well as the intricate details that went into planning the nuptials were documented in Hilton’s reality series, Paris in Love.
What does Paris Hilton’s husband do for a living?
As it turns out, Hilton’s husband Carter Reum is an entrepreneur by profession.
Reum is an American author, entrepreneur and venture capitalist. He is most notable for being married to Paris Hilton, and also for founding M13 Ventures, an angel investment firm.
Speaking about Carter recently, Hilton said: “I feel like Carter and I are puzzle pieces getting connected. I never thought I’d meet a man like him, who loves me for Paris and not Paris Hilton. He’s going to be the best husband — and the best dad.”