Couples that swim with stingrays together are more likely to remain together.
In Bora Bora over the weekend, Paris Hilton and Carter Reum were spotted taking in the sun and enjoying the marine life, marking the beginning of the “first stop” on their “honeymoon globe tour.”
The newlyweds swam and played with stingrays in the crystal clear blue waters of the Caribbean Sea while wearing identical black wet suits.
Naturally, Hilton infused a dash of glitz into her ensemble by layering necklaces and gems that appeared to be printed across her neckline.
She wore a pair of enormous black sunglasses to shield her eyes from the sun, which she covered with her blonde hair tied back into a short ponytail.
Carter and Reum, both 40 years old, also posed for a number of shots with their PDAs. One of the photographs showed the couple kissing in the water, with Reum giving his wife a piggyback lift while she grabbed on tightly from behind.
Although the pair, who tied the knot on November 11, appeared to be alone on their romantic retreat, it is possible that they were not.
Several members of Paris’ family attended, including her parents, Rick and Kathy Hilton, brothers Conrad Hilton and Barron Hilton, as well as Paris’ sister-in-law, Tessa Hilton.
Emma Kenney, who stars in the hit show “Shameless,” also joined the newlyweds on their trip to Bora Bora, but it is still unknown why she was with them.
Following the lead of Barron and Tessa Hilton, who shared photos of their vacation on Instagram, the couple spent time swimming with sharks and jet skiing off the coast of Bora Bora while Grandpa Rick enjoyed the opportunity to spend some quality time with his 1-year-old granddaughter, Milou Alizée Hilton.
The sailor, Milou, is calling out to you! Rick described a cute photo he took from his yacht.
What about Paris and Carter, you ask? Given the fact that the “Cooking With Paris” actress put the hashtag “#ParisAroundTheWorld” on her most recent picture dump, we can only speculate as to where the two will go to next on their adventure.
Representatives for Paris and Kenney, both 22 years old, did not reply to MM’s requests for comment.