Paris Hilton is 'PREGNANT and expecting first child with fiance Carter Reum' after undergoing IVF treatments at 40

PARIS Hilton is "pregnant and expecting her first child" alongside her fiancée Carter Reum after pursuing IVF treatments at age 40.

The Hilton family heiress and her beau were engaged in February after a year of dating.

A source has told Page Six that Paris, 40, is pregnant with future husband Carter, also 40.

The socialite revealed in February that she had decided to begin IVF treatments as she expands her family later in life.

“He’s just my dream guy. … [Carter is] 100 percent [the one],” she told the Trend Reporter podcast earlier this year.

“We talk about [planning a wedding] all the time and planning our baby’s names and all of that.”

Carter proposed to Paris on a private island with an emerald-cut diamond ring designed by Jean Dousset.

The This Is Paris star told Vogue at the time: “I am excited about this next chapter and having such a supportive partner.

"Our relationship is one of equals. We make each other better people. He was absolutely worth the wait!” 

Paris and Carter met through mutual friends and were first spotted as a couple during a Golden Globes afterparty in January 2020.

The DJ later confirmed their romance on Instagram in April, when she posted a kissing photo captioned: “My favorite thing to do is make memories with you.

"Your kisses are magical. I love being yours and knowing you’re mine.”

Paris was previously engaged three times, to actor Chris Zylka, Greek heir Paris Latsis, and model Jason Shaw.

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