They announced their engagement last month after a quaint seaside proposal.
And Paris Hilton hosted a beloved exhibit with her new fiance Carter Reum on Saturday as they stepped out in Malibu for shopping.
The 40-year-old heiress looked like she couldn’t wait for spring to arrive later this month as she brightened up the day with her cute floral-print summer dress.
Loved: Paris Hilton, 40, couldn’t keep her hands off her fiance Carter Reum, 40, during a shopping spree in Malibu on Saturday
The fluid Parisian outfit was tied under her neck and decorated with intricately interwoven flower patterns.
Its hem was animated with a crimson band covered with playful illustrations of camels.
The 5-foot-8 socialite kept her look low-key with burnt orange flats, and she kept warm on the breeze day with a navy jacket.
Her blonde locks were tied in braids over either shoulder, which she covered with a supple straw hat while blocking out the sun with beige cat-eye sunglasses.
Ready for Spring: Paris wore a flowy floral-print summer dress with soft straw and burnt orange flats
Affectionate: The two walked hand in hand and Paris stopped to put her hand on her love’s neck as they chatted in a parking space
Paris matched her hat with her cream-colored handbag of her own line, which featured a gold logo in the shape of one of her iconic chihuahuas.
She and Carter walked hand in hand down the street or with their arms locked, but she also wrapped her hand affectionately around his neck as she looked him in the eye as they chatted in a parking space.
The lovebirds formalized things on February 17, as Paris celebrated its 40th birthday on a private island.
She shared stunning photos of the two dressed in white as the venture capitalist knelt down to ask for Paris’ hand in marriage.
Engaged: the lovebirds formalized things on February 17, as Paris celebrated its 40th birthday on a private island
New life: She shared stunning photos of the two dressed in white as the venture capitalist knelt down to ask for Paris’ hand in marriage
“This past year with COVID has accelerated so much. As someone who is constantly traveling, I have had the chance to stay home and reassess what is important to me. My relationship and the time I spent with Carter was a gift, ” Paris told People at the time. “I’m excited for our next chapter.
Carter added: “ I have had the unique opportunity to experience the real Paris on a daily basis just the two of us over the past 15 months and couldn’t be more excited and lucky to have her as my future wife and partner. . She shines with her kindness, work ethic, authenticity and voice in making the world a better place and she will do the same as a future mother and wife.
In recent days, Paris has focused on past wrongs that she felt were committed against her, with some fans digging up old clips after being inspired by New York Times documentary Presents Framing Britney Spears, which included interviews of the pop star that many viewers found offensive and sexist.
Earlier this week, Paris’s sister Nicky Hilton asked comedian Sarah Silverman to apologize for a joke she made at her sister’s expense at the 2007 MTV Movie Awards.
Outraged: Earlier this week, her sister Nicky Hilton blasted Sarah Silverman for a 2007 joke she made at Paris’ expense before going to jail for just over three days for drunk driving; Silverman seen in February 2020
During the ceremony, the comedian joked, “ I heard that to make her feel more comfortable in prison, the guards were going to paint the bars to look like penises. I’m just afraid she’ll break her teeth on these things.
The camera turned to an uncomfortable Paris in the audience at the time, and other jokes referred to his upcoming stint in jail.
The Simple Life star was scheduled to report to jail for a 45-day stint, although she only spent just over three days in jail before being released home for the remainder of her sentence.
She had not contested an alcohol-related reckless driving charge earlier in 2007, after being arrested for impaired driving in September 2006.
After Silverman apologized this week, Paris called his words “genuine and so sweet” and said they “really moved me”.
It means a lot: After Silverman apologized this week, Paris called his words ‘genuine and so sweet’ and said they ‘really moved me’