Season one of the reality television series aired in November 2021 and followed Paris Hilton as she planned her wedding to Carter Reum.
"From her engagement party in New York to bridal dress shopping, hunting for the perfect venues for the three-day celebration, the joint bachelor-bachelorette party in Las Vegas and the bridal shower hosted by Kathy Hilton," season one of Paris in Love gave fans an intimate look into the Hilton family and their far-from-normal everyday life.
Now, as season two begins to air, we're rounding up everything you need to know about Paris in Love.
Can you watch Paris in Love in Australia?
Yes! Paris in Love is available to stream on 7plus, 7Bravo and Hayu.
At this stage, only season one is available to watch on 7plus and 7Bravo, however, every episode of both season one and season two is available on Hayu.
Will there be a new season of Paris in Love?
Whilst season one of the show focused on Paris' wedding plans, season two shifted focus, instead looking into the socialite's past traumas as she prepares to unveil her memoir to her family and the world.
“In my book, I wrote about so many things that I had never told my best friends or none of my family so it was definitely really shocking for them to read,” Paris told TheWrap ahead of the reality series' second season. “It made everyone’s super emotional to know that I had went through so many really difficult and hard times, basically alone with nobody knowing about it. The show has brought us so much closer.”
During her interview, she revealed that opening up on the show was a “healing experience.”
“Just to have to relive certain things that have happened, it will definitely be emotional for them to watch,” she said. “But … it just brought us even closer so I try to think of the positive.”
At this stage season three has not been confirmed - but we'll keep you updated with any new announcements.
Paris herself has admitted that she has footage ready to go for a third instalment. While Paris in Love Season 2 only documents Phoenix’s birth, Paris revealed that she captured similar footage of London’s birth that could be used in a potential third season.
“I definitely captured everything... At the hospital I brought my GoPros and Carter was filming on his iPhone and then on Thanksgiving, Carter told everyone to go in the living room and said that we had a performer there, so everyone thought like a magician was going to be walking in the room, and then I walked in with the pink blanket holding London [and] surprised everyone and he got all that on film as well. We have a lot of footage for if we decide to do another [season].”