Paris Hilton shared some throwback images with her 23 million Instagram followers on Friday to promote her new book Paris: The Memoir.
The 42-year-old socialite – who tied the knot with Carter Reum in 2021 – posted photos from her childhood through her marriage to symbolize her evolution and life story that she candidly reveals in her new memoir.
Her latest Instagram post began with a black and white photo of herself in grade school, followed by photos of her through the years, including one in 2004 when she released her first book, Confessions of an Heiress.
It featured a photo of herself with her mother — 63-year-old Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kathy Hilton — father Richard Hilton, 67, and her sister Nicky Hilton during her childhood years.
The media personality also shared snaps from filming The Simple Life with her close friend, 41-year-old fellow socialite Nicole Richie.
Getting candid: Paris Hilton, 42, shared throwback photos to promote her new book Paris: The Memoir on Friday. The author added a photo of herself from 2004, with her book Confessions of an Heiress
Old-fashioned: one photo turned out to be a school portrait from when she was just a kid
Her Memoirs: The author has announced that her memoirs are currently for sale. It was released earlier this week on March 14
The New York native also shared a photo from her lavish Bel-Air wedding as she danced with Carter at their reception.
She posted a more recent photo of herself spreading awareness about institutional child abuse after she claimed she was abused at a boarding school for troubled teens in Utah in the 1990s.
In a lengthy caption, the entrepreneur shared that her memoir will chronicle some of her most personal and private stories that she has never made public.
Everyone knows 2000s Paris, from The Simple Life to the New York clubs.
‘My life seemed like a fairy tale, but there is so much more that no one knows, not even my closest friends. It was extremely cathartic to finally open up and tell the whole story – the glamour, the struggles and everything in between.
Get to know the unadulterated version of me in my book Paris: The Memoir, out NOW. #ThisIsWhoIAm’ wrote Paris.
Earlier this week, Paris brought her fashion A-game on a promotional tour of the Big Apple, where she was joined by her little sister Nicky Hilton, 39, and her husband.
In an interview published Tuesday, Paris spoke to Rolling stones Alex Morris and revealed that more music is on the way with the help of some celebrity friends.
This will be Hilton’s second album after her self-titled debut in 2006, which spawned three singles: Stars Are Blind, Turn It Up and Nothing in This World.
Family: Paris added a photo of herself with her mother – 63-year-old Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kathy Hilton – her father, Richard Hilton, 67, and sister Nicky Hilton, during her childhood years
Teens: The beauty wrote in her caption, “Everyone knows 2000s Paris, from The Simple Life to the New York clubs. My life seemed like a fairy tale, but there is so much more that no one knows, not even my closest friends’
Wild Child: In another shot, Hilton was seen partying in a short pink bustier style dress
Blast from the past: The media personality also shared photos of her time spent partying with her good friend – 41-year-old fellow socialite Nicole Richie
Spreading awareness: Hilton also shared a more recent photo of herself spreading awareness about institutional child abuse after she claimed she was abused in the 1990s at a boarding school in Utah for troubled teens
baby love! Paris revealed via Instagram that she welcomed her first child. She told People that her son was born via surrogate mother
In January, Paris shocked fans when the reality star revealed she had become a mother for the first time.
Hilton said People that she and her husband had welcomed a son via surrogate.
“Becoming a mom has always been my dream and I’m so glad Carter and I found each other,” she told the publication.
“We are so excited to start our family together and our hearts are exploding with love for our little boy,” said Paris.