Paris Hilton speaks out against hurtful comments aimed at her baby, calling for kindness and empathy online.
TV personality and entrepreneur Paris Hilton recently took to social media to express her dismay over the negative response and hurtful comments directed at her 8-month-old son, Phoenix Barron, following a series of photos she shared on Instagram. Hilton, a new mom, conveyed her heartache and her commitment to fostering an environment of love, respect, and acceptance.
On October 19, Paris Hilton posted a series of pictures of her son Phoenix, whom she shares with her husband Carter Reum, to commemorate his first trip to New York City. While the post was intended to be a joyful moment shared with her followers, a TikTok user highlighted the negative reactions it received.
In response, Hilton defended her child, affirming that Phoenix is “perfectly healthy” and stating that he “just has a large brain.” Hilton expanded on her feelings about the situation in an Instagram Story post on Monday.
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In her statement, Paris Hilton expressed her deep hurt regarding the public’s response to her son’s photos. She emphasized that while being in the public eye invites comments, targeting a child or anyone in such a manner is “unacceptable.” Hilton’s message underscored her dedication to cultivating an environment rooted in love, respect, and acceptance, and she requested the same in return.
The “Paris in Love” star went on to discuss the challenges of navigating motherhood as a social media personality, noting that she has felt scrutinized in her role as a working mom. Hilton eloquently shared her pride in being a working mother and emphasized her son’s health, adorableness, and angelic nature.
“I’ve dreamt of being a mom for as long as I can remember,” she stated, adding that every day with her son is a poignant reminder of what truly matters in life.
Paris Hilton concluded her heartfelt message by expressing her hope for greater kindness and empathy among people. She reflected on the existence of individuals who would target innocence and implored for a world where people treat one another with more compassion.