Nothing will stop her sliding the lush life.
Paris Hilton faces the ire of social media while reportedly still vacationing in Maui, Hawaii with her husband Carter Reum and their 8-month-old son Phoenix amid devastating wildfires in the nearby town of Lahaina.
In new pictures obtained by The Post on Monday, Hilton, 42, carries her only child through an exclusive resort in Wailea, just 30 miles from the blaze-hit area.
The Simple Life star wore a light blue beach dress and a seashell bag, while Reum, 42, walked the beach shirtless and in pink swim trunks.
“Paris Hilton heard about the devastating Maui wildfire disaster and said: ‘That’s hot,‘” wrote one critic, beat her up on X, the platform formerly called Twitter, in reference to their famous Y2K catchphrase.
“Are they supposed to be sad and stay inside because strangers are going through a crisis right now?” one asked.
One second interfered: “While the world burns, the Hiltons play. It must be nice to be so far from reality.”
The celebrity’s vacation follows The Hawaii Tourism Authority pleaded with tourists on Wednesday to leave the island after it was confirmed that 96 people had died due to the ongoing inferno.
“Visitors on non-essential travel are asked to leave Maui, and non-essential travel to Maui is strongly discouraged at this time,” the agency wrote. “In the coming days and weeks, our combined resources and attention must be focused on the recovery of residents and communities who have been forced to evacuate their homes and businesses.”
A source close to Hilton told the Post Monday that her presence in Hawaii was “originally a planned family trip and she has been traveling to Maui since birth.”
They further claimed, “She has a lot of friends and family there, and it’s a home away from home for her.” Her uncle’s restaurant in Lahaina burned down, so they decided to cut short their trip and visit her family and help where they could could.”
Paris and Reum reportedly donated supplies, including “toilet paper, toothbrushes and other needed household items, to local emergency shelters and locations set up for donations in kind.”
The Post has reached out to Hilton officials for comment.
A Hilton fan went to X to commend her for staying on the island.
“She’s on the other side of the island not trying to get into shelters with a camera crew like Oprah,” they wrote, referring to Oprah Winfrey, who has lived part-time on Maui for 15 years and recently attempted wildfire survivorship to film. “Yes, it’s a bit silly going to Maui while the other side is going through such devastating hardship, but maybe the parents shouldn’t be there taking pictures.”
Meanwhile, on Saturday, Aquaman star and Honolulu native Jason Momoa implored non-locals on the island to flee the popular vacation destination.
“Maui is not the place to vacation right now,” he wrote on Instagram. “DO NOT TRAVEL TO MAUI.
“Don’t convince yourself that your presence on an island that is suffering so badly is necessary,” he continued, calling for it Donate and that travelers can cancel their planned trips.