Paris Hilton Wants You To Know She's a Working Girl
Heiress Paris Hilton wants to set the record straight about her so-called life of leisure. "The biggest misconception people have about me is the one that 'she doesn't work,'" she tells Reuters in a new interview, Us reports.
"The biggest misconception people have about me is the one that 'she doesn't work,'" she tells Reuters in a new interview. "I am literally running a huge corporation. I have my clothing lines, my champagne, my watches, shoes and purses and dog clothes -- every sort of product you can imagine. I am doing movies. I am doing my record right now, producing, starring in a TV show. So it is a 24 hour, seven day-a-week job. I work all the time, so I laugh when I hear people say that."
To get through her day, she says the first thing she does in the morning is "think about what I dreamed. I write down my dreams. I feel it is your subconscious talking to you. Then I think of my schedule which is going to be so hectic."
"I don't think about it really. Since I was born, it's been like this. Sometimes when I go to random places and I'll be in a baseball cap with sunglasses -- still people recognize me.
"But I try to do normal things," she continues. "I like doing things myself, like going to the market or shopping. Some celebrities become famous and they forget who they are or where they came from and hide out like some recluse. I'm not going to do that."
"I'll probably be a mom with a couple of kids," says the heiress, who is dating Benji Madden. "I'd love to have a big family. Running my business and not traveling so much. I'll be in a lot of real estate businesses and hotels then. I'll be running my business from home."