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FutureStarr#ParisHilton Reveals Her Baby Boy's Name
Paris Hilton is a mother and she can't wait to reveal the name of her firstborn to the world. On her podcast This Is Paris, Paris shared the story behind his name on February 11.
Last month, socialite Ashley Tisdale and her husband Carter Reum welcomed a baby boy through surrogacy. However, she kept their news quiet until Wednesday's podcast episode.
Paris Hilton welcomed Phoenix into her family last January through surrogate with her husband Carter Reum. The proud parents shared the news on Instagram with a photo of them holding their son and an accompanying handwritten note reading, "Paris and Carter are so proud to welcome Phoenix into the world."
Ancient myths told of a beautiful bird called the phoenix that could live for thousands of years. It was said to have died by burstting into flames but would then be reborn to life once more.
It was described as having flame-colored purple, gold and orange feathers on its breast and tail, plus a crest of silvery-blue feathers at its crest. At up to 150 pounds in weight, this bird could easily take flight.
The phoenix has long been an emblematic figure in Egyptian culture and Greek mythology alike. Legend has it that every 500 to 1,461 years, a phoenix would build its nest of aromatic wood, set it ablaze, and then die - only for it to rise from the ashes and fly off to Heliopolis, Egypt where it would be placed upon the sun god's altar.
The phoenix was also a powerful symbol of hope and redemption, its tears healing anything touched, its ashes raising the dead back to life. Although it once held great religious or cultural significance, its status has since diminished significantly.
Etymologists believe the name phoenix comes from a short form of the Latin 'phoenis,' meaning "red" or "purple." This color was once popular among Phoenicians who made dye with it.
Modern times, the phoenix is often depicted as a symbol of hope and rebirth. Its majestic appearance, often described as having flame-colored feathers that resemble peacock colors, lends it its name.
However, other accounts describe the phoenix as looking like an eagle or hawk. Some even speculate that it may actually be a heron or ostrich!
Last month, Paris Hilton and husband Carter Reum delighted fans when they revealed they were expecting a baby boy. The socialite and businesswoman shared an endearing photo of her son's hands wrapped around her finger with the message, "You are already loved beyond words."
On Wednesday, Paris revealed the name she and Reum had selected for their baby on her podcast This Is Paris. The heiress took to iHeartRadio show to reveal that they named their child Phoenix Barron Hilton Reum - a combination of both their names.
She shared that her son's middle name is a nod to her grandfather Barron Hilton.
Hilton and her husband welcomed a baby through surrogacy in January, but have kept the identity of their child secret from all but close family and friends. Now Hilton is finally revealing the news to the rest of the world.
On her latest episode of This Is Paris, the 42-year-old heiress revealed that she and Reum had chosen to name their baby son Phoenix Barron Hilton Reum.
Hilton chose Phoenix as her baby boy's name due to its geographic and mythological associations. Inspired by the immortal bird from Greek mythology, this name has become increasingly popular as a given name for boys.
She continued to explain that she and Reum had many city-related names chosen for their future children, so it made sense to name their baby boy after the city they hope to move into one day.
The heiress revealed that her son's middle name is an homage to her late grandfather, Conrad Hilton's first successor.
Paris Hilton is delighted with her son, but she already plans on expanding their family someday. In January, Paris revealed to People that she and Reum are still struggling with fertility issues, but Paris is determined to make it work one day.
Paris Hilton has finally revealed the name of her baby boy. She and husband Carter Reum announced his birth through surrogate in January, but it took the socialite some time to share the identity of their firstborn with fans.
On her latest podcast episode, entitled "This Is Paris," the 42-year-old heiress revealed the name of their son and its significance. Additionally, she hinted at an upcoming memoir.
Becoming a mom was the most exciting thing that has happened to Reum in years, she said. Life has been full of surprises for her and now she gets to enjoy this newfound freedom with Reum and their baby boy.
She revealed that she and Reum had named their first child the Phoenix Barron Hilton Reum (or PBR for short), in honor of the mythological bird which has become increasingly popular as a nickname for boys in recent years.
The name may not have been the most elegant choice, but it certainly was memorable. On her podcast, she read an excerpt from her upcoming book and explained its significance.
It's no secret that she loves all things baby-related, and the news of her little bundle has left her absolutely delighted. The socialite and her husband are hoping for another child in the future, with seven egg retrievals already completed.
In addition to the big announcement, she also shared some more information about her new son. She and Reum have been together since late 2019, and they tied the knot in November 2021.
As for the baby's name, it pays homage to several things in her life. Since childhood, she had been dreaming of naming her future children after world cities and she and her husband hope to expand their family one day.
She's made it a priority to showcase her growing family on her social media accounts, letting the world see her adorable son in all his glory. Her most recent Instagram post features an adorable shot of her holding his tiny hand alongside the message: "You are already loved beyond words." It's evident that this heiress has found fulfillment in becoming a mother.
In January 2023, Paris Hilton and her husband Carter Reum welcomed their first child together through surrogacy. Through an Instagram post of them holding their newborn baby, Hilton shared that "You are already loved beyond words."
At the time, she and Reum informed PEOPLE magazine they had chosen to keep the news private. They kept their son's birth a secret from close family members such as mother Kathy Hilton and sister Nicky Hilton Rothschild.
Nearly a month after welcoming her baby boy, Hilton is finally ready to reveal his name on her This Is Paris podcast. According to Hilton and Reum's unborn child, Phoenix Barron Hilton Reum will be their little superhero!
The heiress' son was given the middle name "Phoenix," as a tribute to her late grandfather Barron Hilton. In her podcast interview, she explained that "Phoenix" is an expression meaning "to overcome something difficult" and it symbolized how difficult times had been in her son's life.
Carter is a popular choice for both boys and girls alike, often pronounced KART-er. This strong and assured name conjures up images of hardworking individuals.
It's a commonly-used surname among people of European heritage, particularly in England and Ireland where it originated. Additionally, African Americans can trace their lineage back to Ireland or England through enslaved ancestors.
Carter is a popular name among both boys and girls in the United States, ranking as the twenty-fourth most popular boy's name and fifth most common girl's name.
Many renowned people have been named Carter. Notable examples include American historian and founder of Black History Month, Carter Woodson.
Other notable Carters include former President Jimmy Carter, an advocate for environmental causes who served as Vice President from 1976-1981.
Paris and Carter tied the knot in November 2021, and their son is their first child. As heiresses, Paris and Carter plan to expand their family in the future.