Signs of Romance Between Paris Hilton and The Leftovers Star Chris Zylka


By the looks of things, it seems that there is a new man in Paris Hilton’s life!

The socialite and former reality TV actress set the grapevine talking when she referred to the actor Chris Zylka as her ‘valentine’ in all the love-filled pictures she had posted on Twitter on Sunday evening.

There was another snapshot of Hilton and the star from The Leftovers dressed to perfection in the most fashionable outfit. The photograph depicted both of them lovingly looking into each other’s eyes. She had also captioned the photo with the following words- “The best feeling is when someone looks at you like you are magic….”

According to a reliable E! News source, Paris and Chris were in a dating relationship and that they liked each other. The informant also mentioned that they were just taking things a bit slowly now.

Hilton and Zylka were also seen holding each other’s hands upon reaching LAX from the Big Apple earlier today. They were dressed in complimenting black outfits while Paris flashed her smile to photographers with her precious pooch Diamond in hand.

No one knows for sure just when Paris and Chris had taken their relationship to the next level. However, they had no inhibitions on her 36th birthday bash which was held in New York City last Thursday night.

According to photos shared on Snapchat and other fan sites, the birthday girl had celebrated her birthday with Bethenny Frankel, Ashley Benson, and Nicky Hilton Rothschild at a place in Greenwich Village. That was when Chris presented the new lady love in his life with a huge cake while singing the ‘Happy Birthday’ song, after which the pair shared a long and passionate kiss.

The 31-year-old Zylka was earlier engaged to Hanna Beth, the model. However, the two had ended their relationship in 2015, about ten months after he had asked the question because of a so-called affair.

Thomas Gross was the last person Paris was linked. She had dated him for a year till April 2016.


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