Paris Hilton has conquered everything from reality television to music to the perfume industry to podcasting. Her latest feat? Taking over the prestigious Tribeca Film Festival. Is there anything this celebutante can't do?
On Sunday, Paris helped close out the nearly two-week event with a screening of her bombshell documentary, This Is Paris, which was originally set to debut during last year's fest that was cancelled, of course, due to COVID.
While the doc, which instead premiered on YouTube last September, saw Paris opening up about some of her deepest personal experiences and long-term effects of trauma, she was all smiles on the red carpet at Hudson Yards, writing on Twitter that she was "so honored" to be able to show the film on the last night of the festival and finally see it on the big screen.
Paris celebrated the big moment alongside her two biggest fans - sister Nicky and new fiancé Carter Reum. The loved-up pair, who got engaged in February, were not shy about their feelings in front of the flashbulbs, going full PDA on the step-and-repeat. (Honestly, goals.) Paris was also not shy about showing off her massive engagement ring. Rumored to be worth up to $2 million, the glamorous sparkler was designed by jeweler Jean Dousset, a.k.a. the great-great-grandson of French jeweler Louis Cartier. Yes, that Cartier. The ring features a huge emerald cut center diamond, 15 more diamonds going around, and a secret sapphire "P" (for Paris!) inside.
It's no wonder girl had to keep her sunglasses on - all those flashes reflected off of this bling would be like looking straight into the sun. Safety first!
[Photos by Stephen Smith/Imaginare Co.]