Sunday Funday with Paris Hilton

Of the dozens of Sunday Fundays we've published, no celebrity has so effortlessly mentioned as many sponsorships or brand deals during the conversation as Paris Hilton. And that is to be expected. After all, she is the influencer of all influencers.

From her velvet, candy-pink Juicy Couture sweatsuits to her army of extravagantly dressed puppies and memorable slogans like “That's hot,” Hilton is the epitome of self-branding. Twenty years since her reality TV debut on “The simple lifeWith sidekick Nicole Richie, who made Hilton a household name, people are still fascinated by her glamorous – and sparkling – lifestyle.

In Sunday Funday, LA folks give us a play-by-play of their ideal Sunday in the city. Find ideas and inspiration on where to go, what to eat and how to enjoy life on the weekend.

As a DJ, designer, artist, philanthropist and owner of several companies, Hilton has flown around the world approximately 250 days a year in recent years. But today her life looks very different.

In November 2021, the hotel heiress married entrepreneur Carter Reum, and earlier this year the couple had their first baby, Phoenix, via a surrogate mother – a secret that Hilton kept from everyone, including her family, which she talked about in the final season of the Peacock Show “Paris in love.” She made headlines again in November when she revealed on Thanksgiving that she had a daughter named London through a surrogate mother. (We spoke to Hilton before she got London, and at the time she didn't say she and Reum were expecting.)

“Before Phoenix, I was always on the road or traveling to another country and performing, performing, DJing or going somewhere for one of my product launches,” she said, adding that she rarely had weekends off. “Now I have told my team that it is very important that I have the weekends with my family.”

With the second season of “Paris in love', now streaming, Hilton is excited to continue revealing behind-the-scenes moments of her new family life.

“It's exciting to show my fans that I'm entering this next phase of life and becoming a mother,” Hilton said revealing memoir about her complicated past was published in March. “It's like watching the ultimate home movies.”

From a poolside lunch at the Beverly Hills Hotel with her family to shopping at the Westfield Century City mall, where she's been going since she was a teenager, here's how she would spend the perfect day in Los Angeles. This interview has been lightly edited and condensed for length and clarity.

9am: Get up and cook breakfast

I get up around 9am and check my work emails, have some tea and then take my puppies outside for a walk and feed them. Then I'll make breakfast for Carter and Phoenix with my new one cookware line. I like to make French toast with Frosted Flakes on top so it looks like crispy French toast, and I love egg frittatas, banana pancakes, freshly squeezed orange juice, and cereal. I also love butter and strawberry jelly on toast, and sometimes toasted bagels with strawberry cream cheese, which I'm obsessed with.

10am: Shopping with the family

I'll give Phoenix a bath and get him dressed for a Sunday family outing. We like to go to the English rabbit in Beverly Hills. It is a very nice store with the most adorable clothes and toys. I love walking around there. Then we go to [Westfield] Century City Mall. I love the Marc Jacobs store there and seeing all the new collections coming out.

12:30 PM: Poolside lunch at the Beverly Hills Hotel

Photo illustration of a Polaroid image of a woman in pink clothes with shapes around the frame: a flower, dots and squiggles

(Los Angeles Times photo illustration; photo by Paris Hilton)

We usually go to Beverly Hills Hotel for lunch by the pool. I love that place. I've been going since I was a little girl. And when the weather is nice, it's just wonderful to be outside. And we take Phoenix with us, and he sits in the booth with us in his little baby carrier. We are going to have a nice family lunch together. I love the McCarthy salad – that's one of my favorites I've eaten there all my life. And I love their orange frozen Julius drink: it's like frozen orange juice. It's so good. And I love their chicken salad sandwiches on toasted wheat bread. That's usually what I have every time I go there.

1:30 PM: Music lesson with Phoenix

Then we go back home for Phoenix's music lessons, which he has a few times a week. He has sensory, music and art classes, so we do that in addition to painting. He's been doing them since he was 5 or 6 months old.

2:30 PM: Playtime with Phoenix and our puppies

The class lasts about an hour, and then I just hang out with Phoenix and read to him, because he likes it when I read books to him and play with him. He has all his different toys and he loves playing with puppies. He loves animals just like me. So we'll lie down in his playroom, and I'll read to him while the puppies are there. Sunday is usually the only day I have off, so I want to make sure I get to spend as much time with my baby as possible.

3:30 PM: Enjoy the Living Spa with my husband

I'm going down with Carter. We built this wellness center at our house, the Living Spa, and [that’s where] we do our wellness day. We have a giant hyperbaric chamber that looks like a spaceship. It comes packaged in a holographic iridescent, beautiful mermaid, unicorn color – the same as my car. We bring pillows and blankets and lie there, and I take my iPad and just do my work. Carter will have his computer and do his work. Or if we want to relax, we just turn on a TV program and watch it in there. We stay there for about 45 minutes, and then we go to our cryotherapy machine. It's from this company called Cryo built – it's like this giant cryomachine that's also wrapped in holography, just like my car. It's really cool. We go in there for about 2½ minutes. It's really freezing, but it's so good for you.

Photo illustration of a polaroid image of a woman and a man posing in formal clothes with shapes around them: bolt, circle and arcs

(Los Angeles Times photo illustration; photo by Paris Hilton)

Then we have this LED light bed that you lie under for red light therapy. I'll lie there for about 20 minutes, and then we switch. Then I go to the Omnilux light, which looks like this big professional light – it's like another LED red light therapy. It's great for building collagen and making your skin perfect.

Sometimes we have my facial people come over and use our facial Hydrafacial machine, and I get a facial while I'm at work. I always try to multitask and do as much as possible at the same time.

5:30 PM: Order takeout by Mr. Chow

I'm going to order a family dinner and prepare Phoenix's dinner because he's clearly not eating real food yet. So I'm going to puree all the different fruits and vegetables for him [dinner] and feed him. Then I like to order from Postmates Mr. Chow – that's one of my favorites. I like the chicken satay. The peanut sauce is so insane. I like squabing [with lettuce] and the lobster, as well as the fried rice, green shrimp and crispy beef. We love Mr. Chow.

6:30 PM: Bedtime stories

While we wait for dinner, I go upstairs and do bedtime stories with Phoenix and get him ready for bed because he falls asleep before 7pm. He will be away for the night because he has a great sleep schedule, so he sleeps from 7pm to 7am, which is really nice.

7 p.m.: Preparation for the working week

When he goes to sleep, I will prepare for the coming week of work. I'll give you a call Bruce Gersch. He's the president of my media company, 11:11 Media. We just discuss what's happening this week, whether it's photo shoots or whether I'm going to the recording studio to record my second album or just getting ready for all the launches of all my exciting projects that I have coming up, just like the new season from my TV show: “Paris in love“Season 2, that [premiered] on November 30 on Peacock. And then just discuss everything that's happening, like my new skin care line that I'm developing and my new clothing line. …And I'm just looking at all the offers that come in, because I get so many offers every week and just trying to decide which ones I want to do and which ones I don't have time for.

8 p.m.: Martinis and 'The Simple Life'

Then, from 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM, I just stay with Carter, and we have our mom and dad time together and we just talk about the weekend, about the baby, about upcoming trips for the holidays. We also like to drink a Gray Goose martini while we watch [reruns of] “The simple life.” It's nice to end the week with a good martini after a busy week, and my favorite order has always been the Gray Goose martini. I've been working with the brand as creative director of martinis, so I'm working on their recently launched ready-to-drink bottled martinis. It's called the Gray Goose classic martini cocktail. I love that it comes already in a bottle and is made so that you can literally just shake or stir it, pour it over ice and enjoy. And you can be your own bartender on Sunday nights.

11:00 PM: Get ready for bed

We relax for a while, then go to bed and get ready for a busy Monday.

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