Paris Hilton's priorities have changed. The notorious party girl taped an episode of The Wendy Williams Show in New York City May 2, where she opened up about her expanding empire and her future plans with boyfriend River Viiperi.
"I'm staying out of trouble," said Hilton, who was jailed in 2007 for driving without a license. "I've grown up." The 32-year-old hotel heiress -- who described herself as "21 forever" -- said she "definitely" wants to settle down with her model beau, who is 11 years her junior. "I think that's every woman's dream," Hilton explained. "I think that's the meaning of life to have children and have a family one day."
The "Stars Are Blind" singer added, "I am so in love. I feel so lucky to have met him. He's one of the kindest, most loyal men I've ever met in my entire life, and he treats me like a princess."
Viiperi isn't bad on the eyes, either. "He's the most beautiful man I've ever seen in my life," bragged Hilton, whose exes include Cy Waits, Doug Reinhardt, Benji Madden, Josh Henderson, Stavros Niarchos III, Nick Carter and Rick Solomon.
The 5-foot-8 blonde -- who was previously engaged to shipping heir Paris Latsis and model Jason Shaw -- also spoke about the state of her relationships with former BFFs Lindsay Lohan, Nicole Richie and Kim Kardashian. "I've seen her around," Hilton said of Lohan, who recently entered rehab for the sixth time.
Though she wasn't invited to Richie's December 2011 wedding to Joel Madden, Hilton still keeps in touch with her former Simple Life costar. "We've been best friends since we were 2 years old," she explained. "I actually just got an e-mail from her backstage." As for Kardashian? "I saw her a few months ago at my friend's birthday in Vegas," Hilton said. "We had fun watching PSY perform 'Gangnam Style.'"
Until Viiperi pops the question, Hilton is focused on building her brand. "I just opened my 44th store in Colombia last week and we're expanding all around the world," said the former reality star, who is also working on her 16th fragrance. "I'm getting into the hotel business and following in my family's footsteps. I love it."