Nicky Hilton Shares Rare Pics of Girls for New Shoe Collection – SheKnows


Nicky Hilton is radiant, and for several reasons. For starters, the designer, wife and mom of two — daughters Lily-Grace Victoria, 5, and Theodora ‘Teddy’ Marilyn, 4, whom she shares with husband James Rothschild — is pregnant! The mom-to-be is all smiles (and looked absolutely gorgeous) alongside her daughters in a few rare photos she shared with People magazine to announce her news footwear collection – a Mother’s Day collaboration with Alice + Olivia CEO and Founder Stacy Bendet.

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Hilton may have started out as an heiress and New York socialite alongside her sister Paris, but the designer has definitely kept her family life more private since becoming a mom. In fact, she doesn’t post a ton of intimate, close-up photos of her daughters in their home at all. In the series of new snaps, which Hilton also shared on her Instagram, the mom-to-be joins her daughters for afternoon tea on a cozy rug in their colorful and vibrant bedroom. Lily-Grace and Teddy both wear matching blue and white overalls that are almost identical to Hilton’s long blue and white dress – showcasing another Mother’s Day collab with Dotty Dungarees.

In other sweet moments the designer has shared, Hilton poses in the middle of her daughters as they smile lovingly at her — then give her a kiss on her stomach. The thing we like the most? The Hilton girls have a room that’s perfect, but their white bunk beds in the background are literally covered in stickers because, you know, kids.

While promoting her Mother’s Day shoe collaboration, Hilton was candid about whether her daughters were into fashion as well. “My girls really love fashion and dressing up,” Hilton told People magazine during an April 28 interview promoting the line. “They usually gravitate towards Disney princess costumes and anything with unicorns or rainbows.”

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