Paris Hilton shared her heartbreak following the death of her “precious chihuahua”.
The socialite, 42, penned a touching tribute to her pet pooch, named Harajuku B***h, who died aged 23 after a “long and iconic life”.
Hilton says the dog was “surrounded by love” until her “final peaceful slumber”.
She detailed her “immense pain” in a gut-wrenching post shared with her 23.7 million followers on Instagram on Monday.
Fans flocked to the post’s comment section to send the reality TV star well-wishes.
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Paris wrote: “Today, my heart breaks as I say goodbye to my precious chihuahua, Harajuku B***h.
“For an incredible 23 years, she filled my life with so much love, loyalty, and unforgettable moments.
“She lived a long, beautiful and iconic life, surrounded by love until her final peaceful slumber.
“Words cannot express the immense pain I’m feeling right now.
“She was more than just a pet; she was family to me, a loyal friend who was always by my side through every twist and turn life brought my way.”
She added: “From the glitz and glamour to the quiet moments behind the scenes, she was always there, a tiny ball of love, brightening up even the darkest of days.
“We shared so many memories, laughter, and tears.
“Rest peacefully, my sweet darling. Thank you for blessing my life with your unconditional love. You will forever be my little angel, forever missed, and forever loved.
“You may be physically gone, but the imprint of your pawprints on my life will never fade.
“Rest gently, sweet friend, knowing that you will be cherished and missed always. Love and miss you forever #TheOG Queen. #RIP.”
Sharing a carousel of memories with her beloved “friend”, Paris’ fans rushed to check in on the star.
User @wedreamoficecream commented: “She was a perfect chocolate turtle, and 23 is epic.
“I’m not surprised she lived that long, if I was your dog I’d defy the odds to spend that time with you also.”
While @angeljowo added: “I know she’s somewhere up there playing with Tinkerbell. If only animals could last forever,” making reference to Paris’ pooch who passed in 2015.
Account @bringback00s added: “23 years! Wow! She sure loved your company. sorry for your loss.”