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Paris Hilton: I’ll call my baby London

Published 02/04/2015

Paris Hilton
Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton says that if she has a baby, she wants to call it London – regardless of whether it’s a boy or girl.

The 34-year-old hotel heiress opened up about her hopes for the future in a new interview with Yahoo! Style.

While Paris is currently single, she is still thinking about the prospect of starting a family at some point in the future.

“I’m definitely going to dress mine up. [If it was a girl], they’d be in all pink and fluffy, little princess dresses – not like Toddlers and Tiaras style, a little bit more toned down,” she said. “I’m going to name her London, or him. Whoever is first is going to be named London.”

Paris also spoke about her friendship with Kim Kardashian. While Kim is now a household name, thanks to her reality show Keeping Up With the Kardashians, she started in the showbiz industry as Paris’ assistant.

And the blonde star says she’s “proud” of what Kim has achieved in her life.

“We’ve known each other since we were little girls, we’ve always been friends, it’s nice to inspire people,” Hilton says. “I am really proud of her and what she’s done. I saw her a few weeks ago in New York and we were hanging out.”

Paris has made a name for herself as one of the world’s most sought-after DJs in recent years.

But Paris admitted in another new interview with Dujour magazine that she only hits clubs these days for work – not for fun.

“I like to see girls looking hot and having fun — that’s what life’s about,” she told the publication. “But I’m kinda over the whole scene. I used to love going out all the time but now it’s only for DJ-ing and getting paid.”

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