Conrad Hilton, Jr.
|Conrad Hilton, Jr.|
|Born||Conrad Nicholson Hilton, Jr.
July 6, 1926
Dallas, Texas, U.S.
|Died||February 5, 1969 (aged 42)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Elizabeth Taylor (1950–1951)
Patricia McClintock (1958–1969)
|Children||Conrad Nicholson Hilton III
Michael Otis Hilton
|Parent(s)||Conrad Hilton (1887–1979)
Mary Adelaide Barron
Conrad Nicholson "Nicky" Hilton, Jr. (July 6, 1926– February 5, 1969) was an American socialite, hotel heir, businessman and TWA director. He was one of the sons of Conrad Hilton (founder of Hilton Hotels).
Hilton was born in Dallas, Texas. His father was Conrad Nicholson Hilton, founder of Hilton Hotels, and his mother was Mary Adelaide (Barron). Hilton grew up with three siblings: William Barron Hilton, Eric Michael Hilton and Constance Francesca Hilton. He was the great-uncle of Paris and Nicky Hilton. He attended New Mexico Military Institute.
Hilton had an affair with his step-mother, Zsa Zsa Gabor, in 1944. He was Elizabeth Taylor's first husband, (May 6, 1950 – January 29, 1951) but his "gambling, drinking, and abusive behavior" horrified her and her parents, caused a miscarriage, and ended the marriage in divorce after nine months.
In 1958, Hilton married oil heiress Patricia "Trish" McClintock. They had two sons; Conrad Nicholson Hilton III and Michael Otis Hilton.
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|Husbands of Elizabeth Taylor|
1950 – 1951
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