Paris Hilton Shares Very Rare Childhood Pic and OMG That ‘80s Haircut…

In celebration of National Siblings Day, Paris Hilton decided to post an array of throwback photos on social media, featuring her best friend since childhood, sister Nicky Hilton Rothschild.

Yesterday, the media personality posted a photo slideshow of herself and her younger sister from different stages in their life, ranging from adulthood to even their youth. But, there was one particular photo that caught her followers' attention—an old snapshot of herself and Nicky that was taken in the ‘80s.

In the photo (the last one in the slideshow below), Paris is rocking a retro Ramona Quimby style haircut (which was very popular among the late Gen Xers and early Millennials). While a baby Nicky lays across her lap, the older sister is sporting a blue knit sweater with a detailed design across the chest area. Paris smiles at the camera and waves. Both sisters are sitting on a bed, with a familiarly dated comforter set.

She wrote in the caption, “Tag your Bestie. Happy #NationalSiblingsDay! @NickyHilton.”

Her followers couldn’t get enough of the throwback post in the comments section. “Stunning sistas,” one person wrote. Another said, “SO CUTE.”. Even some of her celebrity friends had kind words to say about the photos. Fashion designer Kimora Lee Simmons simply commented with a slew of red heart eyes emojis. The White Lotus actor Lukas Gage wrote, “Hot.”

Another snapshot showed the sister duo attending Paris’s wedding back in November 2021. The entrepreneur wore a custom ​​Oscar de la Renta bridal gown with a white wedding veil. Meanwhile, Nicky rocked a pink bridesmaid dress with her hair slicked back into a bun. Paris and her husband, Carter Reum, tied the knot on November 11.

Love the iconic throwback, Paris.

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