Paris Whitney Hilton also known as Paris Hilton is a beauty and the model manages her earned fame just fine. The multi-talented model constantly shares pictures and videos for her social media family and is keeping fans busy and entertained with some smoking hot content even during quarantine days. While many celebrities took to their social media accounts recently to share wishes on Earth Day, Paris Hilton tries to be much more savage with hers and goes topless to wish fans who call her 'Queen of Universe' return.
On Twitter, Paris Hilton tweeted, “#EarthDay,” along with some globe and leaves emojis and shared a picture of her. In the picture, the model goes topless and is wearing nothing but a pair of lace lingerie. While Paris Hilton manages to look killer in her black lace stockings, the model steals the show with her beauty in the picture. As Paris goes topless for the Earth Day picture, it features her holding her assets with her hands covered in black lace gloves.
Paris Hilton manages to woo her fans by the Earth Day picture and has clearly got the whole universe in one frame. In the picture, Paris is spotted striking her super sultry pose with the earth, a rainbow, and the space in the background. While Hilton shared the picture on social media, fans took to comment on it and wondered why she is in space. One fan commented, “If it is earth day... what’re you doing in space?,” while another called her, “Queen of the universe.” Many fans also went on to call her hottie, hot, praised her picture, and mentioned how they love her iconic photo.
Meanwhile, while in quarantine at home during the lockdown, Paris Hilton was in a live chat with supermodel Naomi Campbell on her show No Filter with Naomi. Also Read: Demi Rose Releases Her Inner Vixen In Sexy Lingerie; Says 'Sign Me Up' For The Next James Bond Film
Image source: Instagram/ Paris Hilton
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