She still believes in love! Paris Hilton recently split from her fiancé, Chris Zylka, and already seems to be in good spirits. She took to Instagram on Sunday, Nov. 25, to share a throwback photo from her parents’ wedding day with a thoughtful message.

She gushed, “Happy anniversary to my mother & father. You together are a beautiful love story out of a fairytale. Love you both so much & so lucky to have you as my parents.”

Clearly, the former reality star isn’t sitting at home crying after her broken engagement. She touched down in Australia on Nov. 22 without her ring and was smiling and posing for cameras at the airport.

When Paris and Chris changed their wedding to 2019, everyone was skeptical that something was up between the former couple, but Paris insisted that her “schedule was insane.” There was no inkling that the two were having issues when she spoke with Life & Style exclusively at the Harper’s Bazaar Icons event on Sept. 7. She confessed at the time, “My 24th fragrance comes out during November, so I am going to be on tour in Australia and China and Italy. I am not going to have time [to plan] and I want to make it perfect.”

The 37-year-old seemed like she found Mr. Right and couldn’t stop talking about him. She said, “I have never in my life met a man so loyal, dedicated, and loving. I knew right from the start that I wanted to be with him forever.”

However, sources close to the couple knew that they were never going to make it down the aisle. “This wedding was never going to happen. They never had an engagement party and Chris’ parents never even met Paris’ parents,” a source confessed to People.

Paris Hilton, wearing black and Chris Zylka, wearing a gray suit holding hands at an event
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The source continued, “They postponed the 11/11 date without a new date. No one is surprised by this at all. Paris got caught up in wanting a wedding and she just didn’t think about the marriage part. It was never going to work with Chris.”

Welp, we hope you get your fairy tale wedding someday, Paris!