Paris Hilton wears many hats. She’s the great-granddaughter of Conrad Hilton, the founder of Hilton Hotels, and the heiress of the Hilton empire. She’s also a businesswoman in her own right. With over a dozen product lines, 50 boutiques worldwide, a resort hotel, and a $3 billion perfume line, she’s the definition of business success.
But for all her other success, Paris is probably best known as the original social media influencer. For much of her adult life, Paris has worn a carefully crafted public persona. She’s known as a “dumb blonde party girl,” and she’s played that character in a long list of reality TV shows, movies, and internet platforms. It’s sad to say, but Paris’ public persona is just that: a persona.
Before her days of stardom — before her modeling career, business success, and reality TV stardom — Paris Hilton attended boarding school. There, she was subjected to verbal, physical, and emotional abuse. When she finally escaped that situation, she felt the need to hide. So, she carefully crafted a mask. She hid behind the “dumb partying heiress” character for many years, all the while wishing she could show the world who she really is.
Now, she’s doing just that. This Is Paris is different from any other project Paris has been a part of. It’s raw, honest, and real. It gives audiences the opportunity to see Paris as she truly is. I know you’re going to want to check it out!
But make sure you listen to this episode first, because Paris and I are going deep. We’re talking about her childhood trauma and how it’s shaped the person Paris is today. We’re also talking about the future and what Paris wants her legacy to be. This interview is inspiring and powerful, friends. If you’re ready to peel back the layers and discover the real Paris Hilton, join me on Episode 1,012!