Paris Hilton has eggs ‘stocked and ready’ for IVF transfer in 2023

The socialite and her HR husband have been married for a year (Image: Emma McIntyre/WireImage)

paris hilton has shared an update about her and husband Carter Reum‘s journey to parenthood, revealing that he has eggs ‘stored and ready’ for IVF transfer next year.

The reality star and socialite, 41, said she and Carter began the IVF process during the pandemic when they were in quarantine.

Frequently in demand worldwide as a DJ today, which means a jet-setting lifestyle, Paris described it as “perfect timing” because she couldn’t fly anywhere.

Having recently denied her mother’s claims that she and Carter were ‘struggling’ with IVFShe explained at The Hollywood Reporter’s Women in Entertainment Gala on Wednesday: “We started going and doing it like a few months later because the world was shut down.”

‘We knew we wanted to start a family, and I was like, ‘This is the perfect time. I’m usually on a plane 250 days a year, and we’re going to store all the eggs and prepare them,” and we have tons of them waiting.

“We really wanted to enjoy our first year of marriage together as a couple, you know, before we brought kids into the mix. So now that we’ve just celebrated our anniversary, I can’t wait for 2023,” she added.

Paris revealed that she and her husband Carter began the IVF process during lockdown (Image: Rachpoot/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)

The couple, who married in a luxurious three-day wedding celebration in november 2021, he followed his big day with a seven week honeymoon.

In true Parisian style, everything was caught on camera and released in a series titled Paris in Lovewhich aired on the American streaming service Peacock earlier in the year.

Gushing about her husband of 13 months, also 41, Paris praised Carter to People magazine as her ‘perfect person’, who makes her ‘feel like a princess every day’.

She also said she was “so excited for our family starting next year.”

She was speaking at The Hollywood Reporter’s Women in Entertainment Gala (Image: Getty)

Mother Kathy Hilton, 63, had told her Y! News in November that he is ‘heartbroken’ his daughter has not yet fulfilled her dream of having a child of her own.

She previously said: ‘It breaks my heart because I know she’s trying and trying and I always say, ‘Just chill.’

“So many people, they struggle and it doesn’t happen like that.”

Paris recently denied mother Kathy Hilton’s claims about problems with IVF (Image: Jim Ruymen/UPI/Rex/Shutterstock)

After Paris was approached by a reporter from TMZ, then addressed the claims, explaining: ‘I don’t know where he got that from, it’s never been a fight at all. we don’t talk about it [emotional aspect of IVF].’

Paris also shared her advice for anyone thinking of going down the IVF route, adding: “My advice is definitely do IVF and you’ll find the right person, but I wouldn’t just depend on that.” I’m lucky to have found my perfect half to do it.

Paris and Carter began dating in November 2019 before getting engaged in February of last year.

Before their nuptials, the socialite called Carter her “perfect match,” saying that “this seems like it was always meant to be.”

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