Paris Hilton too busy to find love
The star cried with happiness the first time she held her newborn baby niece.
Socialite-turned-celebrity DJ Paris Hilton fears she may never find true love because she is always so busy.
The hotel heiress, reality TV star and fashion designer split from millionaire Thomas Gross in April (16) after a year-long romance, and the 35-year-old admits her jet-setting lifestyle doesn't leave much room for dating.
"I'm so busy with my work that I don't even have time for a relationship or even myself," she lamented on U.S. breakfast show Today.
That doesn't mean Paris wouldn't love to get married and start a family - just like her younger sister Nicky, who wed British banking heir James Rothschild last year (15) and welcomed her first child, daughter Lily-Grace, in July (16).
"I would love to find someone one day that I could trust to have a family with, but I don't know," she said. "In my line of work, it's very hard to do that."
Paris has been spending her summers on the Spanish party island of Ibiza, where she lives for four months of the year while performing a DJ residency at top club Amnesia, and when she's there, romance is the furthest thing from her mind.
"That's the last place I wanna find love!" she explains.
But she added, "It's incredible, it's so much fun (to DJ). Just being out there on stage, the energy. Amnesia is the most legendary club in the world, so it's a huge honour to be playing there."
As for her new family member, Paris admits she is smitten with little Lily-Grace, just like the rest of her family.
"She is an angel. She's the most beautiful little girl," she gushed. "When I held her for the first time I was literally crying with happiness, and I've never seen my sister so happy. It just makes me so emotional. I love her (niece) so much."
Hilton has a long list of exes, including shipping heir Stavros Niarchos, Doug Reinhardt, Cy Waits, Jason Shaw, and rocker Benji Madden, while she also enjoyed a brief fling with Man of Steel star Henry Cavill in early 2015.
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