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Paris Hilton wants to move to Switzerland for love

Published 15/12/2015

Paris Hilton
Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton is considering a move away from the United States for love.

Paris Hilton is making plans to move to Switzerland with her entrepreneur boyfriend Thomas Gross.

The hotel heiress was reportedly granted a long-term visa last month (Nov15) and has registered to set up home in the canton of Schwyz. Paris has been dating Gross since May, 2014 and she is looking to take the next step forward and make his native Switzerland her permanent residence.

"I just love everything about this country," she told German newspaper Blick. "The people are so lovely, the food is excellent and the scenery beautiful."

"I want to be Swiss," she continued. "I work hard, am determined and organized, and have a good heart and positive expectations for life."

Paris recently opened up about how content she is in her relationship with Thomas, and how pleased she is that he's not remotely phased by her fame.

"He's very private so he'd never want cameras following us around," she told Britain's Closer magazine. "I'm so busy with my work that when I do get time at home, I don't have time to watch reality TV. I like to cook for my boyfriend and watch movies together.

"Thomas is my soulmate. I've never been happier. He doesn't like fame, he just wants me. With previous boyfriends I felt there was always an intention, but with him I know it's all about love."

Paris is kept busy with her empire, counting DJ, singer and fragrance designer among her talents.

Despite her hectic schedule, Paris isn't averse to settling down one day. As her younger sister Nicky is now married to James Rothschild, Paris sees a similar future for herself.

"One day I'd love to get married and have kids," she smiled. "I see how happy Nicky is. That's the true meaning of life: to find the love of your life and start a family."

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