The 34-year-old socialite believes she ''inspired'' the TV personality, who used to work as her assistant, to succeed.
Speaking of their friendship, she told Yahoo! Style: ''We've known each other since we were little girls, we've always been friends, it's nice to inspire people.
''I am really proud of her and what she's done. I saw her a few weeks ago in New York and we were hanging out.''
The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star is certainly doing well since leaving her job as Paris' closet organiser and general right-hand woman, after recently signing a $132 million deal alongside her famous family for their popular reality show to air on E! for the next four years.
The pair - who were rumoured to have feuded for a number of years - previously showed they had rekindled their friendship after Kim posted a photograph of them together.
Captioning the picture on Instagram, she wrote: ''Reminiscing about the 1st time we went to Ibiza in 2006! @parishilton it was so good to see you & catch up!! Loves it lol. (sic)''
Reposting the picture, Paris wrote alongside it: ''So much fun with @KimKardashian this weekend at @AmnesiaIbiza. The first time we ever came to this magical island was together. Such an amazing trip! Great catching up with you too beautiful! (sic)''
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