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Paris Hilton reveals why she canceled her engagement with Chris Zylka



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Paris Hilton away from her engagement with her head up.

The DJ and social talked about his separation from actor Chris Zylka for the first time during the appearance of Wednesday on The speech, revealing that she "really feels good" in the light of sorrow.

"I'm really taking my time," said Paris frankly. "I just feel that when I fall in love, I fall in love fast and strong and it was this swirling romance."

Zylka, 33, proposed to Hilton, 37, in January 2018, with a $ 2 million engagement ring. During the summer, E! News learned that the old lovebirds had postponed the date of their wedding, initially scheduled for November.

So why did Paris cancel the ceremony together? As she explained, her heart was just not there.

"I've always been obsessed with Disney stories and love stories and I thought it would be my happy ending, and I realized that after that, it was not the right decision, "she said.

Paris continued: "But I wish him the best and one day, I would like to get married and have children, but for the moment, I focus only on myself and my work."

An insider previously informed that Paris had "cold feet" during the wedding for more than six months. "They had a good run and they really loved each other, but she knew that it was not always her boyfriend and that she could not follow the whole process by having those feelings."

"No one was shocked and they all knew, once the marriage was pushed, that something was wrong," a source said. Another insider added: "Nobody thought that a wedding was really going to happen.Paris wants a wedding and kids but not necessarily a life with Chris."

Shortly after the news of the split, Paris was photographed in Australia without the engagement ring.

Meanwhile, Chris has not yet publicly unveiled his fairy tale romance.

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