Paris Hilton Introduces Daughter London in First Official Photos as Family of Four (Exclusive)

The mom of two is releasing her song "FAME WON'T LOVE YOU" in collaboration with Sia, just in time for Mother's Day

<p>Camraface</p> Paris Hilton with daughter London


Paris Hilton with daughter London

Paris Hilton is introducing her baby daughter to the world!

The multi-hyphenate, 43, is sharing the first official photos of her daughter London, 5 months, exclusively with PEOPLE.

"With Mother's Day around the corner, I couldn't resist introducing the world to my baby girl London and sharing these precious moments of our family together," Hilton tells PEOPLE.

"Phoenix and London are everything to me, and I feel like the luckiest woman in the world to be married to the love of my life and have our beautiful family. We make the absolute best team, and my life finally feels complete."

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<p>Camraface</p> Paris Hilton and Carter Reum with son Phoenix and daughter London.


Paris Hilton and Carter Reum with son Phoenix and daughter London.

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In honor of London's big moment, Hilton is releasing her new song "FAME WON'T LOVE YOU" in collaboration with Sia.

"When I thought of how to introduce the world to London, I realized the perfect soundtrack to her introduction is my new song with Sia called "FAME WON'T LOVE YOU." This is my message to my babies — I will always and forever love you and be here for you," says the proud mom.

<p>Camraface</p> Paris Hilton with daughter London


Paris Hilton with daughter London

She went on to describe her songwriting process with Sia, saying that the two leaned into Hilton's personal experiences.

"When Sia and I started creating music together, we talked a lot about my personal story of fame at a young age, the traumas I experienced in my teen years, the pressure the media can put on young women in particular, my journey into motherhood and building my family," Hilton says. "One of the first songs Sia brought to me was this incredible track that really felt like it told my story."

<p>Camraface</p> Paris Hilton and daughter London.


Paris Hilton and daughter London.

"I’m honored to have had the opportunity to collaborate on this song with the brilliant Sia, the extraordinarily talented writer/producer Greg Kurstin and their whole team. The message of the song rings so true to me," the mom of two continues.

"All of the things I thought were going to make me happy – celebrity, fame, followers, beauty – can often leave you feeling empty and lonely. What has brought me really deep fulfillment has been becoming a mother, building a family with Carter and deepening my relationships with my family and friends."

Hilton shares her two kids — daughter London and son Phoenix, 15 months — with husband Carter Reum, 43.

<p>Camraface</p> Paris Hilton and son Phoenix.


Paris Hilton and son Phoenix.

Earlier this month, Hilton revealed why she hadn't shown her daughter's face yet, responding to a fan who commented on one of her TikToks of her son Phoenix.

One viewer expressed how cute Phoenix is and said she couldn't wait until Hilton felt safe enough to show her daughter London.

"🥹🥰love you, soon 💗," the mom of two responded to the commenter.

The weekend prior, Hilton posted a series of photos from her Easter celebrations with her family of four, posing on the stairs with Phoenix as they were surrounded by toy bunnies. In the comments, fans expressed similar sentiments, saying how cute Phoenix is and that they couldn't wait to see London.

Reum responded to one of the user's comments, saying that the couple wasn't ready to share their daughter with the world yet.

"Not quite ready to share her w the world but she’s adorable and looks just like her mamma ❤❤," Reum wrote.

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