In the preview for season 2, Hilton coos about being "so obsessed" with her newborn son now that her "life is finally complete" — though ghosts of past trauma do create strain with family members
In the trailer for the upcoming season of the Peacock series, the 42-year-old heiress explains her decision to hide that she and husband Carter Reum were welcoming their son Phoenix, now 9 months, via surrogate in January.
“I've given my whole life to everyone for so long. It’s just been really important to me to keep this a secret. This is the first time that something's just mine,” she says as she and Carter anxiously await meeting their first child in the hospital.
“I’m gonna be a mom,” she tells the cameras. “Literally no one knows, my own family doesn't know.”
Paris tells her husband that she wanted to avoid a media circus at the hospital, saying, “If people found out, there would be paparazzi all over Cedars[-Sinai hospital].”
Her family was shocked to learn of Phoenix’s arrival. Paris walks into holding her son and tells her mother Kathy Hilton, “I got you a surprise. This is your grandson, Phoenix.”
“You’re serious?” Kathy, 64, asks before getting emotional.
During a FaceTime call, her sister Nicky Hilton Rothschild is equally surprised after seeing the baby, asking, “What is that? Is that real?”
Despite keeping his son’s arrival private, motherhood appears to be a fit for Paris, who says, “My life is finally complete. I’m so obsessed.” She adds that Phoenix is “so beautiful, so perfect.”
In addition to being a new mother, Paris is navigating the fallout after her family was stunned to first find out bombshells from the press that appeared in her book Paris: The Memoir. In the book, The Simple Life alum detailed her past relationships and living with ADHD and PTSD from alleged abuse she experienced at boarding school.
“It's not an easy subject,” she tells her husband. "Writing this book was one of the most difficult experiences of my life. Writing about things that I've never told anyone."
During a conversation with her mother, she admits was “embarrassed and scared” to reveal the truth to them.
“The fact that you couldn't come to us and we had to read about it online and in a book,” Nicky, 40, tells her sister as she breaks down in tears. “It's not right for us to just read about the media.”
Nicky also advises her sister to enjoy motherhood, sharing, “They’re small for such a small window [of time].”
Still, Paris is afraid to miss out on opportunities, saying, “It’s hard to say no” — which her sister calls “greedy.”
Paris clarifies she likes to “work hard,” but a counselor offers another reason that the star may be prioritizing work, saying, “People who are trauma victims have a very hard time happily bonding with their children.”
In July, Paris opened up to PEOPLE about how she is taking a step back from work to spend time with her son.
"It's definitely a lot," she said, "just with everything I'm doing, and then being a mom on top of it all, but he is just my world and makes my life feel so complete."
"This has been the best time of my life. He's just everything to me, so I've been saying no to so many offers and things that are coming in because I want to spend as much time as possible with him," she added of Phoenix.
"Yeah, my priorities have just completely shifted and I always put him first."
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Season 2 of Paris in Love premieres Nov. 30 on Peacock.
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