Like all of us, Paris Hilton is living in the past right now but the stunning beauty reminded her millions of fans how well she cleans up.
The 39-year-old socialite gave her fans a treat on Thursday when she shared some iconic modeling shots from the past. The pics are from one of her many FHM Magazine shoots (that’s how you know they are throwbacks because the mag isn’t even around anymore). One photo shows Paris getting down and dirty in a barely-there, pink bikini as she cleans her giant pool.
“Time to clean the pool. ? #PoolGirl ⚡️,” she captioned the smoking hot pic.
Make sure you scroll down to see Hilton’s other jaw-dropping pic.
For her next trick, Paris shared a different pic from the same photoshoot and it stayed within the cleaning theme. It featured the star in an even skimpier suit as she held a feather duster while she pretended to clean her crystal chandelier.
“#SpringCleaning ????,” the beauty captioned her throwback.
We would totally hire her for some spring cleaning if we weren’t social distancing and don’t lie… you would too!
“Iconic! I remember seeing these photos as a teenager. ?” a nostalgic fan commented.
If you think about it, Paris was pretty much the original influencer even though social media wasn’t a thing back when she was coming up in Hollywood. Her show, “The Simple Life” with Nicole Richie is pretty much the example for all modern-day vlogs. She recently shared an old clip from her show to express her mood while stuck at home.
“#Mood ??♀️ My online shopping has gotten out of control during #Quarantine. ?” she joked in the caption.
Watch the old clip below and tell me that she wasn’t the original female version of Logan Paul.
Tana and Paris have developed quite the friendship recently and Hilton’s “rule” has definitely caught on with the young star. Tana shared a little anecdote about a encounter they had at a mirror.
“One time, Paris and I were passing a mirror and she goes, ‘You know the rule,’ and we both turned and looked in it in unison,” Tana said on social media at the time. “Never pass a mirror without looking in it.”