Paris Hilton cruelly mum-shamed as she reveals she didn’t change son’s nappies for a month as she was ‘too scared’ | The Sun

PARIS Hilton cruelly mum-shamed as she revealed that she didn’t change her son’s nappies for the first month after birth.

The former reality TV star and business woman, who welcomed baby Phoenix into the world with her husband Carter Reum via surrogacy earlier this year, said she was "scared" to tackle the task.

In an episode of her reality TV series Paris in Love, the American socialite was seen introducing her baby boy to her sister Nicky.

Paris, 42, confessed: “Should I learn how to change his diaper?”, to which a shocked Nicky replied: "You’ve never done it?"

Before carrying him to his changing table, Paris told the little tot: “I said I wouldn’t do this on my birthday, but I will for you.”

Nicky and Phoenix's nanny Gena then shows Paris how to change a nappy.



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Paris the asked the nanny which side of the nappy is the front, and which side is the back.

Viewers were gobsmacked by the clip, with one writing: "Not Paris learning how to change her [son’s] diaper for the first time after a month,” with cry-laughing emojis.

A second said Paris was "out of touch with reality."

A third commented: "Wow… I love Paris but that is actually extremely sad. No bonding time."

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"Rich people are so out of touch with reality this is real sad," another added.

It comes after Paris hit back at cruel trolls on social media who made vicious comments about the shape of his head.

She proudly showed off her tot in a series of Instagram photos – but was savaged by trolls who commented on the nine-month-old's head shape.

"My precious angel baby Phoenix’s first time in NYC," she captioned the rare snap.

One troll cruelly wrote: "Wow that''s huge," while others compared him to Stewie from the TV show Family Guy.

However, fans were quick to offer their support, "Your son is beautiful and perfect," wrote one.

Another commented: "He is adorable."

Over on TikTok, one fan made a video of Paris and Phoenix together, as well as moments the mum-of-one had proudly spoken of their bond in interviews.

Paris quickly shared the video on Instagram and thanked her fans while in tears.

Alongside the brief clip, she penned: "Thank you for making this beautiful video. Made me cry.

"So kind and thoughtful of you to make this and show me their is kindness in this world."

After sharing the images of herself with her adorable son – the DJ put out a statement addressing the trolls on her Instagram stories.

"Living life in the spotlight, comments are inevitable, but targeting my child, or anyone else’s for that matter, is unacceptable," she began.

"This hurts my heart more deeply than words can describe. I’ve worked hard to cultivate an environment that is all about love, respect and acceptance, and I expect the same in return.

"If I don’t post my baby, people assume I’m not a great mother and I do post him, there are some people who are cruel and hateful.

"I’m a proud working mom and my baby is perfectly healthy, adorable and angelic.

"I’ve dreamt of being a mom for as long as I can remember," she continued. "Phoenix is my world and has been the biggest blessing of my life.

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"Every day with him is a reminder of what truly matters. It’s hard to fathom that there are people in the world who would target such innocence.

"I hope people can treat one another with more kindness and empathy.’

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