Paris Hilton Visits India, Greets Paparazzi At Mumbai Airport

Paris Hilton Visits India, Greets Paparazzi At Mumbai Airport


Paris Hilton pictured at the Mumbai airport

New Delhi:

American socialite Paris Hilton was spotted at the Mumbai airport on Wednesday evening. Paris Hilton looked pretty in an all-black outfit as she happily posed for the shutterbugs stationed at the venue. She paired her look with sunglasses and a matching cap. She waved at the shutterbugs and clicked selfies with the fans. Paris is in Mumbai to unveil her new fragrance range on October 20, as per news agency ANI. The report added that she would also meet her fans during the launch. 

Take a look at Paris Hilton’s airport pictures below:



“We are elated to host Paris Hilton in Mumbai on 20th October 2022, for the launch of her latest fragrance, Ruby Rush. Baccarose has been distributing & marketing Paris Hilton fragrances since 2018 & the Rush Collection of fragrances has been a great success. Ruby Rush will be the new extension to the collection and we are looking forward to introducing it to our customers,” says Biju Antony, CEO & Executive Director, Baccarose Perfumes & Beauty Products Pvt. Ltd,” read the ANI report. 

Speaking about her brand, ANI quoted Paris Hilton saying, “I am obsessed with my new Ruby Rush fragrance, it’s my go to scent for day and night. I wear it to give me confidence and feel powerful. I love the color red, it radiates energy and makes me feel sexy. In addition, red is the color of the root chakra that allows us to be grounded and connected to universal energies, which is totally hot.” 

On the work front, she was last seen in a reality TV series, Paris in Love, in which she plans her wedding to husband Carter Reum.


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