Fans have raised serious concerns about Paris Hilton’s son Phoenix.
Hilton and her husband Carter Reum welcomed their first child in January 2023.
Their son, Phoenix, was born via surrogate after Hilton candidly shared her fertility struggles as an older mother.
The model told People: “We knew we wanted to start a family, and I was like, ‘This is perfect timing’. Usually, I’m on a plane 250 days out of the year, and let’s just get all of the eggs stocked and ready, and we have tons of them just waiting.”
Since then, Hilton has grown her family further, welcoming a daughter named London (also by surrogate) last November.
Love her or hate her, Hilton is a household name.
The American socialite – whose family founded the Hilton hotels – was known as the original influencer following her reality TV series The Simple Life.
Since her party days, Hilton has settled down and is now dedicated to her family life.
Since welcoming baby Phoenix, though, she’s experienced the dark side of being a mum in the public eye.
Fans have been offering worried comments about the well-being of her son after she shared a video of him sleeping.
And this isn’t the first time people have offered their opinions on little Phoenix.
After she shared some pictures with her son, some cruel trolls were quick to point out her son’s… rather large head size.
Hilton herself has even issued a response, saying: “There are some sick people in this world. My angel is perfectly healthy.
“And yes, of course, he has been to a doctor, he just has a large brain.”
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And now, the commenters are at it again, this time sharing their concern over Phoenix’s crib.
The ‘Stars Are Blind’ singer shared a video of her son and daughter sleeping in the same room on her Instagram stories.
“Sleepy. So cute. Oh. This little face,” the proud mum gushed over her son, who is tucked in with a fluffy blanket.
“Oh the princess,” she cooed over little London.
While the two looked undeniably snug, it transpires that blankets are not recommended in cribs of very young babies.
The Sleep Foundation states: “Until your baby reaches 12 months of age, make sure that their crib is free of loose items, such as blankets, pillows, toys, and stuffed animals. These items increase the possibility of accidental suffocation.”
Hilton’s fans have taken to the comments and shared their concerns, with one writing: “Paris I love this so much! Be sure to check on safe sleep practices for your sweet little babies.”
Luckily, it seems as though Hilton seems to have taken this advice rather well.
“Thank you for letting me know,” she responded, alongside a love heart emoji.