Paris Hilton and her husband dressed up as Marvel superheroes for Halloween



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Paris Hilton and her husband dressed up as Marvel superheroes for Halloween

Hilton and businessman Reum began dating in December 2019 and got engaged in February 2021. In just a few weeks, the couple will be celebrating the one-year anniversary of their wedding, which took place on November 11. A celebration of their wedding took place at the Bel Air estate that belonged to the bride's late grandfather, Barron Hilton, who was the son of late hotelier Conrad Hilton.

Halloween is celebrated every October 31, and all over the world people dress up as different characters, movie heroes and everyone tries to be as original as possible.

Captain Marvel and Deadpool

Tonight, Paris decided on a Captain Marvel costume, while her husband dressed up as Deadpool.

She then posted a series of photos in Halloween costumes on her social networks. The Captain Marvel suit she wore had colors of blue and red and her hair was flowing blonde. In some of the pictures, she is also seen wearing mirrored sunglasses while she also has a red sash tied around her waist.

For the evening, Reum donned an iconic red Deadpool mask with a matching red onesie costume to complete the look. A black pair of sneakers with white soles completed his look for his Sunday look, which was complete with black sneakers.

During the night of Friday, he was dressed as The Phantom of the Opera and on Saturday, he was dressed as a FBI agent. "Captain Marvel" is a 2019 American superhero film based on Marvel Comics featuring the character Captain Marvel.

Produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, this is the 21st film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Hilton revealed in a recent interview that he and Hilton have known each other for more than 15 years, but it wasn't until a Thanksgiving 2019 get-together that sparks were ignited between them.

'We stayed in each other’s lives over time, and we reconnected at a Thanksgiving get-together in 2019. From that night, I felt the spark, and the rest is history,' she said. Halloween has been celebrated for more than a thousand years.

Originally a religious rite, over the centuries it became more and more secular until today its religious features almost do not exist. Today, Halloween is considered a holiday of masking and fun, especially for children.