The heiress is currently filming reality show Paris Hilton's New Best Friend in Britain and has fallen in love with the city.
‘Because I had so much fun doing the first one, I decided I need to find my new British BFF,’ she writes on her MySpace blog. ‘Everyone knows I love LA. But London, watch out – I'm coming to town and bringing my fast-paced life with me.
‘I'm in the UK all the time. I'm not leaving London until I find that amazing girl or guy who can meet the challenges of being my British bestie!
'I need a best friend who is hot, who can keep up with me and, most of all, who is real and won't be a backstabber.
'I am so excited! London is one of my favourite cities in the world. Or should I say, favourite.’
Paris, 27, who says she'd like to find a pad in St John's Wood, insists she has great affection for the British public.
‘I love the accents, the attitude,’ she says. ‘[Brits] are so real, they're not fake. I feel everyone in LA wants to be famous, but in London it's about business.’
The heiress, who made her name as a socialite on the Los Angeles scene (before starring in a sex tape and numerous reality TV shows), explained recently that it’s the worst misconception about her: “I work all the time, so I laugh when I hear people say that.
“I am literally running a huge corporation. I have my clothing lines, my champagne, my watches, shoes and purses and dog clothes - every sort of product you can imagine.
“I am doing movies. I am doing my record right now [and] producing, starring in a TV show. So it is a 24 hour, seven day-a-week job.”
And she added that she’ll probably be just as busy in 20 years time: “I’ll probably be a mom with a couple of kids.
“I’d love to have a big family [but I’ll still be] running my business. [Maybe] not traveling so much. I’ll be in a lot of real estate businesses and hotels then. I’ll be running my business from home.”
The socialite -- who is currently dating Good Charlotte rocker Benji Madden -- insists she is willing to give up her party-girl lifestyle to raise a family.
When asked where she sees herself in 20 years time, Paris said, "I'll probably be a mom with a couple of kids. I'd love to have a big family. Running my business and not traveling so much.
"I'll be in a lot of real estate businesses and hotels then. I'll be running my business from home."
And the first thing Paris thinks about when she wakes up in the morning? "I always think about what I dreamed," Hilton explains. "I write down my dreams. I feel it is your subconscious talking to you.
"Then I think of my schedule which is going to be so hectic. And I feel so happy, lucky and blessed that I have this life and what I can do to be a better person every day."http://www.showbizspy.com
The “Hottie and the Nottie” babe showed up at COIN for the European launch of her clothing line, sporting a black halter-style dress with matching black high heels, as well as a classic jeans and t-shirt ensemble.
As for the recent reports that Miss Hilton has lost two of her dogs to a coyote attack, her people are saying it isn’t so. Previous internet rumors began to circulate, claiming that two of Paris’ seventeen dogs had been snatched up by a wild animal.
Her rep told press, “They were at Paris’s house Wednesday in her recording studio, and all the dogs were playing and looked as healthy and happy as can be. Paris even had a doggie mansion built for them and it is very secured.”
Paris Hilton lost two out of her 17 dogs Wednesday night when they were attacked by wild coyotes. Apparently, the dogs were outside at night in the Celebrity Petting Zoo that is her Hollywood Hills home.
Please, don't let it be Tinkerbell! Please, NO!
Wait, so they were outside, not inside? At night? In the Hollywood Hills?
That's practically like setting the table, lighting candles and inviting the coyotes over for dinner!
Paris reportedly also owns a goat, cats, two ferrets, a chinchilla and arguably a few other exotic pets, possibly not legal in California.
It’s certainly not legal to have more than three dogs in L.A. without a breeder’s permit. After she bragged about having 17 dogs on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," the Department of Animal Services visited her home.
But nothing much came of it because she wasn't there and the house was under construction. There weren't even any dogs there. After that, the animal control officer, Captain Wendell Bowers, told The Dish Rag that he wished Paris hadn't said it on national TV because then a buncha animal rights folks heard about it and complained.
Paris was reportedly "devastated" by Wednesday night's tragic loss.
So are we.
UPDATE! People is reporting that NONE of Paris Hilton's have been eaten by coyotes. Thank heavens.
""They were at Paris's house Wednesday in her recording studio, and all the dogs were playing and looked as healthy and happy as can be," a rep for the heiress tells People. "Paris even had a doggie mansion built for them and it is very secured. "
That's nice. Anyone want to go over to her house and count the dogs just to be sure? 'Cause 17 is a lot of dogs.....
Kevin Federline has personally warned Paris Hilton to stay away from his ex-wife Britney Spears, reports say.
K-Fed, who has two children with Britney, told the hotel heiress and reality TV star to leave Spears alone, as he sees her as a bad influence.
Kevin reportedly told Paris at club Lavo in Las Vegas, that he does not want Britney to return to her troubled lifestyle after her successful return at this year's MTV Video Music Awards.
"It was quite a chilling warning. She was quite friendly and asked how Britney and the kids are but she won’t be asking again," a source told The Daily Star.
Britney and Paris where notoriously spotted on the Los Angeles party scene in 2006, along with Lindsay Lohan, often pictured flashing photographers while wearing no underwear.
Last week, Britney threw a joint truck-themed birthday party for her children Sean Preston, who turned three on September 14 and Jayden James, who was two on September 12.
The hotel heiress recently "announced" her candidacy in a spoof online video - which she made after 71-year-old Republican Presidential candidate John McCain used her image without permission in a TV campaign mocking his rival Barack Obama - and decided to make the T-shirts, which are available from fashionable Los Angeles boutique Kitson, for her supporters.
She said: "I bought a 'Paris for President' shirt a few years ago and thought it would be fun to do my own. I think I'd make the best President."
In the joke video, Paris claimed she would paint the White House pink if she was elected and would appoint 'Umbrella' singer Rihanna as her Vice President.
Paris, who lies on a sun lounger wearing a leopard-print swimsuit and stiletto heels in the promo, says: "Hey America, I'm Paris Hilton and I'm a celebrity too.
Only I'm not from the olden days and I'm not promising change like that other guy. I'm just hot! "But then that wrinkly white-haired guy used me in his campaign ad', which I guess means I'm running for president. So thanks for the endorsement white-haired dude, and I want America to know I'm, like, totally ready to lead."
Speaking about McCain later in the clip, she jokes: "He is the oldest celebrity in the world... like super-old, old enough to remember when dancing was a sin and beer was served in a bucket.... but is he ready to lead?"
According to People.com, 27-year-old Hilton has teamed up with Seacrest's production company to produce a new scripted series.
Hilton's reality TV credits include her upcoming U.S. and U.K.-based TV shows "Paris Hilton's My New BFF" and 2003 show "The Simple Life," co-starring her gal pal Nicole Richie.
As she left the theater where "Paris, Not France" premiered Tuesday night at the Toronto International Film Festival, Hilton gave a few claps of applause after director Adria Petty was announced for a question-and-answer session to discuss the documentary.
"I'm basically being judged, and they're creating this false person, and I can't do anything about it," Hilton says in the film.
Featuring interviews with Hilton's parents, sister Nicky, publicist Elliott Mintz and such personalities as Donald Trump, "Paris, Not France" follows her on business meetings, a promotional trip to Japan and everyday tasks such as getting a burger at a drive-thru while dozens of photographers take shots of her ordering.
"It's amazing that this woman is a human being and that people actually can be ruthless enough to forget that," Petty said. "That's the one thing about this movie and about that experience with her is I could have just been shooting fluff, but she gave me a lot more."
Before the Toronto premiere, Hilton posed for photos with Petty but did not talk to reporters. Outside the theater afterward, Hilton signed a few autographs before she was driven off in an SUV.
Petty said the idea was to create for this era a film like "Madonna: Truth or Dare," the 1991 documentary that examined the phenomenon surrounding the pop singer.
Hilton has "created a mystery about herself that a film like this maybe wouldn't have been a great thing for her in the past," Petty said. "But now, she's been so saturated in the media. We're so used to her. To see a new side of her is so exciting."