Paris Hilton, the socialite-turned-actress, revealed that her burning ambition of getting a net worth over a billion dollars was once her ultimate dream.
In her YouTube documentary, This is Paris, she admitted that she hadn’t had a holiday since she was 15 years old. The blonde beauty also claims that she travels 250 days a year for work.
Nicky called her sister “greedy” and gave her older sister advice to make a work-life balance.
Paris wanted to get up and get working until she reaches a net worth of a billion.
But now, all she just wants to achieve in life is something realistic.
Her sister’s wise words may have worked on the 39-year-old DJ, as she had a different goal set for herself these days.
“My goal was to make a billion dollars, but now, all I really care about is being happy, my love, my relationship, and the future.”
Paris Hilton burst into the scene as the heiress to the Hilton Hotels, and since then, everybody wondered what her net worth was.
In 2015, Forbes estimated the heiress to be worth $100 million. However, it was later learned that her entire empire was said to be worth so much more than that.
In 2012, Paris told FHM Magazine that her perfumes were able to generate $1.3 billion since 2005.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Paris Hilton is said to be worth $300 million.
Paris has different business ventures, which makes her salary inconsistent.
In a Business Insider report, she earns over $10 million annually from product sales and appearance fees and about $1 million for her to DJ a party.
There are over 40 Paris Hilton stores worldwide that carry different products such as perfumes, shoes, and handbags.
It was widely reported that her $60 million inheritance in 2006. But most of it went to charity after her grandfather pledged most of his $2.3 billion fortune to different causes.
However, Paris Hilton was able to get about $5 million for herself. And she must surely have a trust fund from her dad, Rick.
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