Talk about Christmas spirit.
Paris Hilton took to her Instagram Stories on Thursday, December 8, to give fans a glimpse into mom and Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kathy Hilton’s L.A. home, which was decorated to the nines for this year’s holiday season.
Kathy’s residence has been featured heavily on RHOBH since she began appearing on the series in a “friend of” role in 2021, but now we are getting treated to her extravagant holiday décor, which includes a plethora of pink, white, and gold adornments and a champagne vending machine.
The video precluded an Amazon Live session featuring Paris as part of her Paris’ Holiday Hosting Guide. In the video, she promotes her new kitchenware line, which is already the “number one” cookware brand at the moment. The mother/daughter duo started off the video wearing matching Christmas pajama sets from Kathy’s collaboration with Australian brand Sant and Abel.
Paris gushed over Kathy’s festive décor and Christmas tree, saying that her mom is “obsessed” with Christmas.
A white garland was draped over the home’s black iron staircase, and at the base was a sparkling white tree adorned with matching white ornaments. Around the tree were numerous presents that Paris explained were being donated to the Los Angeles Children’s Hospital.
Paris also took the camera into the kitchen, showcasing Kathy’s “iconic” caviar potatoes, as well as her cookware collection splattered with the socialite’s many catchphrases, including a kettle cheekily labeled, “That’s Hot.” The Simple Life alum showed off her collection of bedazzled cups and mugs as well as her line of pots and pans, which were appropriately colored in her signature pink.
Paris described the cookware line as “so perfect for the holidays.”
The real star of the video, though, was a champagne-filled vending machine that retails for a whopping $38K at Neiman Marcus.
‘Literally obsessed with this Moet and Chandon vending machine,” Paris said. “How cool is this?” She added that the machine was “so chic and so fun.”
Paris continued by admitting, “I need one of these for my house. Literally iconic.” Paris also used another one of her catchphrases, “Sliving,” which is a combination of the words slaying and living.