Paris Hilton hits the red carpet with fiance Carter Reum at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of her documentary This Is Paris
Paris Hilton was red-carpet ready as she attended the premiere of her documentary This Is Paris at the 2021 Tribeca Film Festival.
The 40-year-old socialite hit the red carpet with her venture capitalist fiance Carter Reum at the festival, held at Hudson Yards in New York City on Sunday afternoon.
The blonde bombshell was also joined on the red carpet by her 37-year-old sister Nicky Hilton along with This Is Paris director Alexandra Dean.
Hilton stepped out wearing a black sequined mini-dress with dark sunglasses and large diamond earrings, while showing off her engagement ring.
She also stepped out with a small silver purse and sheer stockings while completing her look with black pumps.
She was also seen kissing her fiance Carter Reum on the red carpet, as the couple prepare for their upcoming wedding.
This Is Paris debuted as a YouTube Original back in September, with the film described as, ‘a film that digs into the challenges of growing up in the storied Hilton family, including dormant family secrets and the pressure of being a modern business mogul.’
The film also features Paris’ mother Kathy Hilton and sister Nicky Hilton, along with Kim Kardashian and Kyle Richards.
The documentary is described as a, ‘tender portrait’ that, ‘peeks through the looking glass of an iconic woman.’
Hilton also took to Instagram on Sunday afternoon, sharing the trailer for This Is Paris along with a heartfelt message about why the film is so important to her.
‘I am so proud of this film and all of the ways it has led me on my own journey of growth and healing,’ Hilton began.
‘I’m so honored to be showing my #ThisIsParis documentary directed by @AlexDeanDirector on closing night of @Tribeca Film Festival,’ she added.
Hilton also explained that the film was, ‘chosen as a selection last year but we couldn’t have the screening because of Covid.’
‘I’m so excited to see it again on a big screen. Thank you to the millions of people who’ve watched my documentary on @YouTube and for all the letters and messages I’ve received about how it inspired you or you felt a connection to my story,’ she added.
‘Being honest and opening up about my trauma and my past wasn’t easy, but it was the best decision I ever made. I know Teen Paris would be so proud of the woman I am today,’ Hilton concluded.