Paris Hilton Says She Hopes Her Kids Won't Be as 'Addicted to Social Media' as She Is: 'Really Important'

The heiress shares her son Phoenix and daughter London with husband Carter Reum

<p>Paris Hilton/Instagram</p> Paris Hilton and son Phoenix

Paris Hilton/Instagram

Paris Hilton and son Phoenix

Paris Hilton wants her kids to grow up in a better world than she did.

While attending Propper Daley's fourth "A Day of Unreasonable Conversation" summit in Los Angeles on Monday, the multi-hyphenate was joined by U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy on a panel titled "To Suffer Alone." During the panel, Hilton shared that she wants her two kids to "grow up in a world that's kind," which for her includes less social media.

"I just want my children just to feel just so loved and seen and want to be that next generation of someone that brings positivity to the world and just to have big hearts and big loving," Hilton shared. "That's something that's really important to me."

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Related: Paris Hilton's Son Phoenix Looks Adorable in His Burberry Set and Fendi Shoes at Mom's Birthday Party

"And also to live a world outside of social media and being on their phone all the time. So I feel that's really taken a lot from children. Kids are not going outside anymore and playing as much because everyone's just so busy on their phones."

"So hopefully my kids won't be as addicted to social media as I am," Hilton added.

The DJ and heiress shares her son Phoenix, 14 months, and daughter London, 4 months, with husband Carter Reum.

Earlier this month, Hilton posed with her son Phoenix in a few adorable shots from her birthday party. Smiling as he sat on his mom, Phoenix looked adorable in a Burberry matching set and little Fendi shoes.

Hilton also shared a few videos of her son dancing, yelling, "Yes! Mini sliver! Go Phoenix!"

"There’s nothing better than celebrating with the ones you love 💖✨ #Sliving," she wrote in her caption.

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