"We're best friends," Paris told me. "It's not like we just met. We've known each other over the past year. I was in a relationship before and we reconnected. I'm really in love and really happy."
As for the rumors that the two are engaged, it hasn't happened yet, but it seems to be in the future for the two. "You never know," Doug said. "He's going to be my husband," Paris giggled.
Another project the couple has been working on?
Currently shooting the second season of her My New BFF show, the heiress dished on why it didn't work out with season one's winner Brittany Flickinger.
"It's really hard because I loved her and I trusted her, but sometimes people get too caught up and they change. I want a best friend who wants to be friends with me because I'm a good person and a good friend, not for any other reason. I've been fooled by so many girls. It's good having my boyfriend on set and watching. He comes up with funny ideas and production loves him."
Just don't expect to see Paris popping up in The Hills, which Doug starred on."We've moved on from that," he said.
At Charlotte Ronson's fashion fete last night, Mark Ronson performed while Samatha Ronson deejayed. While Lindsay Lohan was nowhere in sight, Nicole Richie, Kim Kardashian and Jeremy Piven all came out to party.