Paris Hilton swears off fast food

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Last updated 09:50 14/05/2010
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NO FAT: Paris Hilton is giving up burgers.

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Paris Hilton has sworn off fast food.

The 29-year-old heiress is determined to slim her already-slender body down further in time for summer. She has been going to the gym every day and banned herself from consuming any of her favourite calorific burgers.

"I've been really working out. I'm not eating fast food anymore," Paris told UsMagazine.com at Victoria's Secret What Is Sexy? party in West Hollywood.

"No more McDonalds, In-N-Out done. I'm getting my bikini body, so I'm about that."

Paris has made no secret of her love of hamburgers in the past, even scoffing one on TV for a fast food chain commercial on 2009.

Paris flew from Los Angeles to Cannes last night on a private jet. She is planning to spend most of her summer in France and neighbouring Monaco, soaking up the sun on a luxury yacht.

"I'm just going to be on a yacht. Summer must have? A yacht," the blonde beauty said. "I'm going to St. Tropez, Monaco. I'll be working as well, but a lot of relaxing."

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