Paris Hilton thought she was asexual before meeting husband Carter Reum

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Paris Hilton spent years questioning her sexuality before meeting husband Carter Reum.

In an interview with Harper’s Bazaar, the hotel heiress, 42, revealed she thought she was asexual in her 20s despite her wild reputation around Hollywood.

“I was known as a sex symbol, but anything sexual terrified me,” she told the outlet. “I called myself the ‘kissing bandit’ because I only liked to make out. A lot of my relationships didn’t work out because of that.”

It wasn’t until Hilton met Reum at a family friend’s Thanksgiving gathering in 2019 that she felt a spark.

“It wasn’t until Carter that I finally am not that way,” Hilton explained. “I enjoy hooking up with my husband.”

“I just feel like after all the hell I’ve been through, I’m finally getting what I deserve, which is someone I can trust and someone to build a real life with,” Hilton gushed.

The pair tied the knot in 2021 and welcomed their first child together — a son — last month, which has completely changed Hilton’s perception of things.

“I’m more interested in babies than billions,” she joked.

“I want to protect him and to be with him every second. You have this mother instinct that kicks in, which I’ve never had before. I feel so complete now.”

Now with motherhood added to her long list of achievements, Hilton has a new goal in mind: welcoming a baby girl.

Hilton has been infamously linked to the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio, Rick Solomon with whom she made a sex tape and Benji Madden.

She has also been engaged four times — first to model Jason Shaw (2002-2003), Greek shipping heir Paris Latsis (2005), actor Chris Zylka (2018) and finally to Reum (2021).

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