Perez Hilton with kids at the Kotel

The pop culture guru stopped at Judaism's holiest site during his trip to Israel for Pride 2017.

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June 11, 2017 14:25
Perez Hilton

Perez Hilton. (photo credit: REUTERS)

 
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Perez Hilton stopped to pray at the Western Wall in Jerusalem with his two children on Sunday morning, the American celebrity blogger posted to social media.

"Powerful energy right here. It's palpable!!" he wrote alongside a photo of him with his son at the wall. "I will carry a piece of the #WesternWall with me forever. This is something everyone must experience once in their life!" adding the hashtag #visitisraelIL.

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Hilton visited the holy site with his children, Mario Armando Lavandeira III and Mia Alma Lavandeira, as well as with his mother, Teresita Lavandeira.



Hilton is in Israel to serve as the Tel Aviv Pride 2017 global ambassador. Over the course of his trip, he also visited Shuk HaCarmel in Tel Aviv, the Dead Sea, Masada and Ein Gedi.

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