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Last updated 12:03 30/03/2013

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Paris Hilton is in "paradise" with boyfriend River Viiperi.

The jet-setting socialite-turned-DJ was in Miami, Florida for the Ultra Music Festival last weekend, but she's already taken off to an undisclosed tropical destination for some alone time with her model lover.

The pair have been tweeting up a storm about their adventures.

On Thursday Hilton revealed they spent their day swimming with dolphins.

"Had so much just now swimming with @RiverViiperi and the dolphins. They are such smart, sweet and beautiful creatures. Love them!" she wrote with a smiley face.

The 32-year-old businesswoman seems to be putting recent controversy behind her after she was featured in mock ad for Ford India.

The firm was backed into apologising after an animated advert featuring Hilton in the driver's seat of a Ford Figo with Kim, Kourtney and Khloé Kardashian bound and gagged in the trunk hit the Internet.

Ad agency JWT India created the images and posted them online without Ford's approval.

Both firms swiftly issued an apology.

"We deeply regret this incident and agree with our agency partners that it should have never happened. The posters are contrary to the standards of professionalism and decency within Ford and our agency partners. Together with our partners, we are reviewing approval and oversight processes to help ensure nothing like this ever happens again," read a joint statement to Business Insider.

Hilton has made no public mention of the ad.

To the contrary she seems to be focused only on the positive.

"Another beautiful day in Paradise. So happy! Feel so grateful for everything I have in my life. I thank God every single day. #Blessed," she tweeted on Thursday.

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