Meet Mrs. Rothschild: Nicky Hilton takes a big step on Instagram


​Nicky Hilton is currently enjoying the holiday of a lifetime with her new husband James Rothschild, but she has taken the time to make a few key updates on social media… and to make one very notable change.

The hotel heiress is ditching the world's most familiar surname in favour of her husband's name it would seem, as she has already updated her Instagram bio to read 'Nicky Rothschild'. She hasn't quite taken the full leap just yet though, as her handle on both Twitter and Instagram is still @nickyhilton. A compromise?

Nicky and James are on a luxury safari trip in Botswana, Africa at the moment, and have managed to get up close and personal with some incredible creatures so far… including this 'sneaky monkey' who apparently broke into the couple's hotel room yesterday and made off with some serious loot: sweets and an apple.


The newlywed also posted a picture of her looking relaxed in a wide-brimmed straw hat, flannel shirt, black skinny jeans and Timberland boots as she checked out an elephant just a few feet away:

Looks like an amazing trip, but we're sure Nicky and her billionaire husband wouldn't settle for anything less.

The couple tied the knot last week with a lavish ceremony at the Orangery in Kensington Palace, with Nicky donning an incredible custom-made Valentino gown for the day.

Nicky's sister Paris was of course on hand to document the celebrations – we loved their customised silk robes:

Congrats to the new Mrs. Rothschild!

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