Paris Hilton Shared the First-Ever Family Photos of Her Daughter London

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And she has a special Mother's Day announcement.



She may be one of the most photographed people ever, but Paris Hilton took a few months to introduce her new daughter to the world — and the sweet snapshots are worth the wait. Today, Hilton shared the first official photos of her daughter London, who is five months old, on Instagram with a series of family portraits shot by photographer Camraface. In the images, the family is seen in a field of flowers, and Hilton poses with her husband, Carter Reum, her son, Phoenix, and her daughter, London. Posing on a picnic blanket, the family is dressed in light pastel hues and shades of white and cream.

"With Mother's Day around the corner, I couldn't resist introducing the world to my baby girl London and sharing these precious moments of our family together," Hilton told People of the photos. "Phoenix and London are everything to me, and I feel like the luckiest woman in the world to be married to the love of my life and have our beautiful family. We make the absolute best team, and my life finally feels complete."

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In addition to sharing the snapshots, Hilton also released a new song, "FAME WON'T LOVE YOU" in collaboration with Sia. It comes just ahead of Mother's Day and Hilton explained that she felt like it would be the perfect way to set the stage for London's big debut.

"When I thought of how to introduce the world to London, I realized the perfect soundtrack to her introduction is my new song with Sia called "FAME WON'T LOVE YOU." This is my message to my babies — I will always and forever love you and be here for you," she added. She also shared that when working on the song with Sia, the two used Hilton's experience as a mother for the lyrics.

<p>Michael Kovac/Getty Images for LACMA</p>

Michael Kovac/Getty Images for LACMA

"When Sia and I started creating music together, we talked a lot about my personal story of fame at a young age, the traumas I experienced in my teen years, the pressure the media can put on young women in particular, my journey into motherhood and building my family," Hilton said. "One of the first songs Sia brought to me was this incredible track that really felt like it told my story."

<p>Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for The Recording Academy</p>

Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for The Recording Academy

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"All of the things I thought were going to make me happy — celebrity, fame, followers, beauty — can often leave you feeling empty and lonely. What has brought me really deep fulfillment has been becoming a mother, building a family with Carter, and deepening my relationships with my family and friends," Paris added in addition to giving a shoutout to the team behind the song, including writer and producer Greg Kurstin. 

Earlier this month, Hilton addressed fans when they asked her why she was continuing to obscure London's face on social media. At the time, she simply said "love you, soon" to the comments. Reum also posted a reply to similar comments as recently as Easter, writing, "Not quite ready to share her with the world, but she’s adorable and looks just like her mamma."

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