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Paris Hilton addresses 'sick' trolls who made vile comments about size of baby son Phoenix's head

Paris Hilton addresses 'sick' trolls who made vile comments about size of baby son Phoenix's head

The mother-of-two blasted the 'miserable' people who talk about the size of her son's head.

Paris Hilton has slammed social media trolls who have posted about the appearance of her son.

Last week, the hotel heiress and businesswoman made headlines after she announced the birth of her first daughter London.

Paris, 42, took to Instagram over Thanksgiving weekend and broke the news that she and her entrepreneur husband Carter Reum had become parents again.

Like her firstborn tot - whose full name is Phoenix Barron Hilton Reum - London Marilyn Hilton Reum was born via surrogate.

However, unlike her brother, London hasn’t received an outpouring of sheer hate for her appearance.

In October, the mum-of-two shared photographs of her 10-month-old son via Instagram.

Unfortunately, the images saw cruel trolls making comments about the shape of the child’s head.

In a recent interview with People, Paris has revealed that the nasty sentiments caused her ‘mama bear instincts’ to come out in full force.

The mum-of-two has hit back at trolls who commented on her son's head.

The Simple Life star said: “Usually, I wouldn't even dignify anything like that with a response, but I was just heartbroken that there are such cruel people in the world.

“I couldn't believe that they could be mean and vicious about a little innocent baby.”

She claimed that fans and haters could say what they wanted about her, but her ‘little angel’ was where she draws the line.

She added: “And if anyone ever says anything to hurt him or his feelings, I will always be there to protect him.”

Speaking about the keyboard warriors, Paris added that they must be ‘miserable’ in their own lives.

Paris claimed that she will 'always' protect Phoenix from nasty comments.

However, it isn’t all doom and gloom. The ‘Stars Are Blind’ singer claimed that a tight circle of support has been born from the negativity.

It's said that mothers across the internet flooded Paris' posts with well-wishes, which made her 'so grateful'.

“It makes me feel so grateful knowing that there's so many people in the world that love and support me," she explained to the publication.

“Sticking up for me meant the world to me, and to have people looking out for Phoenix in that way, it meant a lot.”

The multi-hyphenate also claimed to have receive messages of ‘love’ and advice to not to stop listening to the negative noise.

The singer revealed she and her husband are 'excited' for their first festive season as parents.

“That just meant a lot to me, to see how much love there is for me and my son.

“So anyone reading this, thank you so much. I really, really appreciate everyone looking out for us.”

Following the birth of her newborn daughter, Paris added that her and her husband’s lives feel ‘so complete’.

She also revealed that the pair are ‘excited’ for their first Christmas as parents.

"I'm looking forward to those moments so much. The holidays have always been special to me, but now they're even more special now that I have a family to share it with,” she said.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@parishilton

Topics: Paris Hilton, Celebrity, Parenting, Christmas, Instagram, Social media