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Paris Hilton’s $350k ring rescue

Published 04/09/2015

Paris Hilton
Paris Hilton

A Polish emergency professional helped save one of Paris Hilton’s most valuable jewellery items.

The 34-year-old heiress, reality star and DJ lost her $350,000 diamond band while in Poland.

But the piece of jewellery was returned to her by a Polish firefighter, according to TMZ.

The website claims Paris told TMZ the remarkably expensive item was misplaced at the airport while being driven to her private jet across the tarmac. She apparently left the ring in the tarmac vehicle because she was “exhausted” from DJing in Ibiza the night before. She was in Poland for just one day, having worked through her visit in the country before heading back to the Spanish party island.

According to the outlet Paris is “extremely grateful to get it back, and says she's in the process of getting the firefighter's contact info so she can give him a reward, and send some gifts for his family”.

The cash amount of the reward is unclear and the value of the gifts have also not yet been revealed.

Paris is well known for having access to the finest clothes, accessories and beauty products in the world.

But the star has previously spoken about her love of budget-friendly items.

“You don’t have to spend a fortune on all beauty products. I always carry a tin of Smith’s Minted Rosebud Salve in my bag as it’s so soothing for chapped lips,” she revealed during an interview with British magazine Closer. “It’s a bargain and really works!”

Paris needs all the energy she can get at the moment with her regular DJ gigs.

And the heiress has recently spoken about the drinks she consumes to remain as alert as possible.

"I like green smoothies, they taste good and they make me feel more energetic," she told Mail Online.

"I also like regular juices. I get a lot more vitamins these days, more fruits too, more vegetables, more protein, more salads."

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