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Paris Hilton has responded to demands from followers to show her daughter after enduring trolling about her son Phoenix (Picture: Instagram/ @parishilton)

Paris Hilton has faced major pressure from followers to show her daughter London in her social media posts, and her husband Carter Reum has now finally explained why they haven’t.

The Hilton heiress, 43, is mum to two children: son Phoenix, one, and daughter London, who she welcomed in November last year with husband Carter.

Reality star and author Paris has always been a major user of social media, keeping fans up to date with her life and career in showbiz, and this didn’t change when she welcomed her firstborn Phoenix.

Horrifically, cruel trolls descended on Paris’ photos of her son, mocking the size of his head and leading her to hit back admitting the awful comments ‘hurts my heart more deeply than words can describe’.

Paris still regularly posts the adorable toddler on Instagram and TikTok, however since announcing the arrival of daughter London in November, has not posted a photo of the newborn and rarely even references her in her online uploads.

It’s led to waves and waves of comments on practically every video or post that Paris makes, demanding Paris shows her baby, despite the cruelty the family endured with their son.

Carter and Paris have two children together (Picture: Paris Hilton/Instagram)
The heiress regularly posts son Phoenix, one, but has never showed her daughter, born in November (Picture: @parishilton)
The family endured cruel trolling when she first shared snaps of baby Phoenix (Picture: @parishilton)

And while the mum-of-two has determindedly ignored each and every comment for months, she has now responded to one that treated her like, you know, a human.

On TikTok, under a video of Paris and Phoenix playing together, and amid hundreds of comments demanding ‘WHERE’S LONDON?’, user Anne wrote: ‘Phoenix is just precious. I can’t wait until you feel safe enough to show us his sister.’

And Paris responded with a series of love hearts, writing ‘Love you,’ and promised: ‘Soon’.

Carter himself has also spoken out about the pressure to show their daughter’s face, and has explained why they haven’t yet.

Responding to a comment on Instagram declaring they can’t wait to see a photo of London, Carter said they were ‘not quite ready to share her [with] the world’.

He added: ‘But she’s adorable and looks just like her mamma.’

Proud dad Carter said they weren’t ready to show their daughter just yet (Picture: Getty Images for The Recording Academy)

The Stars Are Blind singer shared a devastating post last October pleading with people to stop the cruel comments about her son, writing ‘living life in the spotlight, comments are inevitable, but targeting my child, or anyone else’s for that matter, is unacceptable.

‘This hurts my heart more deeply than words can describe.

‘I’ve worked hard to cultivate an environment that is all about love, respect and acceptance, and I expect the same in return.

‘If I don’t post my baby, people assume I’m not a great mother and I do post him, there are some people who are cruel and hateful. I’m a proud working mom and my baby is perfectly healthy, adorable and angelic.’

Paris said she would show off her daughter ‘soon’ (Picture: Instagram)

As well as this, Paris condemned the cruel criticism on TikTok, insisting that he is ‘perfectly healthy’.

Sliding into the comments of a post defending her family, the businesswoman added: ‘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.’

Paris announced on Thanksgiving in the US that she had welcomed a daughter, making the reveal with a simple announcement: a photo of a tiny pink outfit, a knitted bunny and red sunglasses with the word ‘London’.

Followers have been given the abrest glimpse of Paris’ youngest child in rare videos (Picture: Paris Hilton/TikTok)
She announced London’s arrival with asnap of a pink outfit (Picture: Paris Hilton/Instagram)

She wrote in the caption: ‘Thankful for my baby girl.’

Paris had previously revealed she had always wanted a daughter named London.

Speaking on a This is Paris podcast titled ‘This is… I’m Pregnant??’ before she had her son, she said: ‘One day I want to have a little girl, and I want to name her London.

‘That’s always been my dream ever since I was a little girl, because I just love London and Paris together.’

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