Paris Hilton tears up in interview with New You magazine

Celebrity socialite Paris Hilton tears up in an interview with New You Magazine as she talks about a trip to an orphanage in India.

CANNES, FRANCE (FILE-MAY 18, 2015) (REUTERS) – Celebrity socialite Paris Hilton teared up when remembering a trip to an orphanage in India in a wide-ranging interview with ‘New You’ magazine.

The 34-year-old heiress said that seeing children living with AIDS being discriminated against “made me so hurt inside.”

“That is just something that really stuck with me and I always think about. I like cry,” she told the executive editor of ‘New You’ magazine, Ruchel Louis Coetzee, during a sit-down interview, before wiping her eyes.

Hilton also denied having plastic surgery, adding that she is satisfied in her own skin.

“I have nothing against it; all my friends have done everything – boobs, nose, chin, cheeks. I live in Hollywood so I’m used to seeing it. It’s just that I’ve never wanted to do it, and I’m scared to do it. I hate needles, I hate the thought of cutting in to me, I don’t know it just grosses me out,” she said.

Hilton has 50 retail stores worldwide, 18 fragrances, 3 singles and DJs, according to a press release from the organisers of the interview.

The Hiltons’ great-grandfather Conrad Hilton founded the Hilton group of hotels which includes the Waldorf Astoria luxury hotel in New York.