About Nicky Hilton
Nicky Hilton born October 5, 1983 is an American model and
heiress to a part of the Hilton Hotel, as well as to about 15%
of her father's real estate fortune and investments.
She was the 2nd of 4 children born to Richard Hilton and Kathy
Richards. Her sister Paris Hilton and brothers are Barron
Hilton and Conrad Hilton. On the maternal side of her family,
Nicky Hilton is a niece of Kim Richards and Kyle Richards, who
appeared in the motion picture Escape to Witch Mountain and TV
shows like Nanny and the Professor, Little House on the
Prairie, and later, ER. Her paternal grandparents are Barron
Hilton and Marilyn Hawley. She shares her nickname with her
grandfather's brother Conrad "Nicky" Hilton.
Nicky Hilton moved between several homes in her youth,
including a suite in the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in Manhattan,
Beverly Hills, and The Hampton on Long Island, New York.
Currently, her parents own a $10,000,000 US mansion in Bell
Air, California, a $6,300,000 US estate in The Hampton, as
well as a $3,000,000 US home in the Hills of Hollywood in
which Nicky and her sister, Paris, live.
Hilton and sister Paris are known for their jet-set
lifestyles, though Nicky has kept a lower profile. Her primary
activities involve modeling, personal appearances, and
designing handbags, and these activities earn Nicky a million
In 2003, Nicky was offered a role in a reality show with her
sister, Paris Hilton, The Simple Life. She rejected the offer,
but Paris went through with it, and her friend Nicole Ritchie
was given the role. The show went to have three successful
seasons with a fourth season premiering on the E! Network. The
show also sent both Paris and Nicole's careers sky rocketing.
A fifth season is in the planning stages.
On August 15, 2004 Nicky Hilton married Todd Andrew Meister a
Manhattan money manager at a Las Vegas wedding chapel with
Bijou Phillips and Tara Reid as bridesmaids, although the
marriage was short lived.
She briefly attended the Fashion Institute of Technology and
The Parsons School of Design.