In Paris’ video, she sits looking befuddled on the couch under text reading: ‘When someone asks me what my Venture Capitalist husband does at work.’
The 42-year-old mimed along to Ja’mie drawling: ‘…always traveling ’round, doing so-like, he – I don’t know what he exactly does, but it’s like, he works so hard.’
‘He works so hard, just don’t ask me what he does,’ Paris quipped in her caption, adding a crying laugh emoji and a heart.
Chris Lilley has played Ja’mie on a variety of projects, from the sitcoms Summer Heights High and Ja’mie: Private School Girl to the podcast Ja’miezing.
Carter, who like his wife hails from a wealthy family, has co-founded an alcohol brand called VEEV Spirits as well as an angel investment firm called M13 Ventures.
He and Paris are the proud parents of a 10-month old son called Phoenix, whose birth via surrogate they joyously announced this January.
Paris’ goofy Instagram comes after she candidly revealed that ‘a lot of balance’ has gone into her ability to juggle her career and her baby.
‘I always make Phoenix my first priority, and I’ve learned how to say no,’ she told People,’ calling her son ‘my everything’ and noting that ‘I always put him first.’
She explained: ‘I’m constantly saying no to things, because I just want to spend as much time with him as possible, and I just don’t want to miss any of these special moments in his life and all these milestones.’
Paris initially was assiduously private about her baby, waiting until a month after the birth announcement to even disclose his name.
She and Carter hid the baby’s birth from even their immediate families until right before she broke the news on social media.
‘My entire life has been so public,’ she told Harper’s Bazaar. ‘I’ve never had anything for myself. We decided that we wanted to have this whole experience to ourselves.’
While the surrogate was in labor, Paris was so determined to protect her privacy that she even went to the trouble of disguising herself with a brunette wig and checking into the hospital under an alias.
However tension flared up between mother and daughter in November when Kathy let slip to E! News that IVF had been a ‘struggle’ for Paris.
‘I don’t know where she got that,’ Paris shot back in a TMZ interview the following day. ‘It’s never been a struggle at all.’
When Paris announced the arrival of her firstborn child, all she said was ‘You are already loved beyond words,’ on a photo of the baby’s hand holding Paris’s finger.
On an episode of her podcast This Is Paris, she spilled that Phoenix was ‘like over a week old’ before she told Kathy and Nicky about his birth.