Something’s not right with him: fans express concern after seeing Paris Hilton’s son.

The socialite diva posted a photo with her baby and faced criticism.

Paris Hilton, the owner of a multi-million-dollar fortune, had long dreamt of becoming a mother. However, it wasn’t until she was 41 that her dream came true. The star of the social scene didn’t give birth to the child herself; the baby was born through IVF with a surrogate mother. Paris received the newborn upon delivery and began reveling in her motherhood. The baby’s father is her husband, Carter Reum.

«I’ve always dreamed of being a mother, and I’m so happy that Carter and I found each other,» the new mom told People magazine. «We are so excited to start this new chapter in our lives, and our hearts are bursting with love for our little one.»

Paris didn’t explain why she chose not to give birth herself, whether it was due to health issues or simply a matter of preference. However, she did mention that she might become a mother again soon, as she has frozen a sufficient number of eggs.

Recently, Hilton posted a photoshoot with her son, whom the couple named Phoenix. At first glance, there was nothing out of the ordinary. The mother holding her child in her arms, who is now nine months old. However, there were a significant number of comments below the picture. People were discussing Paris’ child and even making diagnoses.

The concern arose from the fact that the baby had an asymmetrical skull, which led to speculation that something might be wrong with the child. Some suggested that the child might have hydrocephalus, and Paris should be focusing on the baby’s health rather than photoshoots. Furthermore, among the commentators were healthcare professionals who also expressed their concerns. However, the child’s mother did not respond to these statements.

Of course, we do not know the rules in America. But in Russia, children undergo mandatory examinations of all organs at three months, and if problems are detected, at six months. Pediatricians, neurologists, and surgeons also monitor the child’s condition. It does seem unusual if Paris did not seek medical advice for her baby.

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