Paris Hilton says breaking up with Chris Zylka was the best decision ever: 'I deserve someone amazing'
Zylka proposed to Hilton in January 2018, who later pushed back their November wedding date and then canceled it
Paris Hilton reportedly has no regrets about calling off her engagement to Chris Zylka.
The headline-grabbing socialite, who Zylka proposed to in January 2018, later pushed back their November wedding date, Metro reports.
But the reality TV star eventually called the whole thing off. And she told Cosmopolitan that it was a good move as far as she is concerned.
Hilton spoke about the breakdown of her relationship with Zylka in the brand new interview, insisting it wasn't a "difficult decision" for her to walk away from the union.
"It was the best decision I’ve ever made in my life," she said. "I just don’t think [he] was the right person and I feel like I’m an incredible woman and I deserve someone so amazing. It just didn’t feel right. I’ve worked way too hard to just give my life to someone. They have to be perfect."
As of now, the 39-year-old has said she doesn't want to be "controlled" by anyone and is loving the single life.
"It feels good to not have someone controlling me," Paris explained. "With dating certain people, [there’s the risk of] not trusting them and the fear [that] if I go out of town they might do something to embarrass me."
"I feel lucky now to not have that fear because I’m independent," she added.
This comes as part of a jaw-dropping photoshoot Hilton did for Cosmopolitan, in which she shows off her enviable figure, draped in a series of gorgeous outfits.
The photos have the high-profile socialite posing in a ruffled bright pink dress coupled with a beautiful skirt. She is also seen reclining next to a lake sporting pale pink hotpants, pink heels, and a knitted purple top. For the cover, Hilton wears a bejeweled co-ord suit while being topless under the blazer.
The stunning model recently celebrated her birthday. She is seen in some footage from her birthday bash throwing shapes to a soundtrack that featured hits including 2006 single 'Gimmie More' by Britney Spears and 'Wannabe' by the Spice Girls.
The video, which was shared by her friends on Instagram, shows a cake delivered by Paris's sister Nicky as well as helium balloons spelling out her name arranged by her friend Kim Kardashian, who was also present at the soirée.