Katy Hilton spends $500 on Christmas present for Rihanna's son

Kathy Hilton has sent Rihanna gifts over the years credit:Bang Showbiz
Kathy Hilton has sent Rihanna gifts over the years credit:Bang Showbiz

Kathy Hilton has splashed the cash on a $500 toy for Rihanna's newborn son for Christmas.

The 58-year-old television personality - who is mother to Paris and Nicky Hilton - has bought the Fenty Beauty owner's seven-month-old boy - whom she has with rapper A$AP Rocky - the rideable, interactive Power Pony.

She told Page Six Style: “I found them on Instagram and we are all obsessed with them."

Kathy bought them for her daughter Nicky's kids Lily-Grace, six, and Teddy Marilyn, five.

She became a grandmother again in July, when Nicky gave birth to her third child, a son, with husband James Rothschild.

Rihanna's baby is her "entire world".

The 34-year-old singer shared the tot's face for the first time earlier this week, with an insider explaining that even though she "enjoys privacy", she "cannot help" but share her joy with the world.

The source said: "She knows there are going to be plenty of times she’s photographed out with him, so she wanted to get ahead of the game and be the first one to reveal him. As much as Rihanna enjoys her privacy, particularly when it comes to her family, she can’t help but also feel like sharing her joy with the world at times. She has taken the past several months to transition to motherhood, and while she’s still in the process, she really wanted to share an adorable video of her baby with fans. Rihanna can’t help but feel so proud of him. He’s her entire world."

The insider went on to describe the 'Umbrella' hitmaker as an "amazing mom" and shared that the trio are now looking forward to spending their first Christmas together as a family.

The source told HollywoodLife: "She is such an amazing mom and she can’t wait to celebrate his first Christmas as a family of three. Rihanna realized a few years ago that she was ready to become a mom, and it’s everything she imagined and more."

A second source went on to reveal that the billionaire chose to share the infant's face for the first time via TikTok as opposed to a magazine deal because she wanted to do things on her "own terms."

The source said: "She thought long and hard about how to do this and was offered many magazine covers and other options, but she still wanted to do this on her own terms. e did not want his face to be shared with the world by anyone but herself."