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Paris Hilton: I’ve met my prince

Published 09/07/2015

Thomas Gross and Paris Hilton
Thomas Gross and Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton is convinced she and her new boyfriend will “live happily ever after”.

The former reality TV star, 34, is hoping for a happy ending after several failed relationships including with 23-year-old model River Viiperi, Nick Carter and Leonardo DiCaprio.

Now she’s dating Swiss businessman Thomas Gross, 39, and it seems he could be The One. Paris took to Instagram to post a picture reading “…and they lived happily ever after” and a little heart emoticon.

She also shared a snap of herself gazing adoringly at Thomas, captioning it “soulmates”.

And it seems to be serious, as the hotel heiress has even introduced her new beau to her family. They had dinner with her clan in LA last week and went for drinks with her mother and sister, Nicky, in London yesterday.

It’s thought Nicky, 31, will be marrying her fiancé James Rothschild in the capital very soon, so it’s likely Paris has brought Thomas along as her plus one.

The businessman seems not only to have impressed Paris, with her family and friends also backing the couple.

“Her mother Kathy really liked him and was telling everyone that she is happy her daughter has met such a great match,” a source revealed to MailOnline.

A pal added: “I've never seen her happier since she met Thomas. They are inseparable and constantly travel together around the world.

“Thomas is so great for her because not only is he so successful, but he is self-made. He’s not like other men in the past simply because he doesn’t need anything from her but her love.”

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