Paris Jackson fuels romance rumors after sharing a smitten photo of her alleged female lover
Paris Jackson and Cara Delevigne have been rumored to be together for months, despite the two not publicly revealing their relationship.
And although the two have not revealed whether or not they are together, Paris Jackson took to Instagram yet again last Wednesday to share a beautiful photograph of Cara with a red lipstick kiss mark on the side of her cheek.
The American model, 20, photographed the British model-turned-actress, 25, who looked as if she just exhaled a cigarette puff.
The Late King of Pop's daughter seemed to be expressing her love for the British beauty, deciding to make the photograph speak for itself and leave the caption and comment section empty.
Showing off her side angle, Cara showcased her short blonde hair which she covered with a turban. She covered her eyes with a pair of retro-looking sunnies, and proudly displayed the kiss mark, which evidently signified Paris' love for her.
According to a report on Daily Mail, the two were first spotted confirming their love in March, when the couple was spotted sharing a very passionate kiss while on a double date with Paris' godfather Macaulay Culkin and his girlfriend.
The kiss followed after the two shared stories of themselves going on a 'Netflix and chill' session in bed.
While Paris seems to be very happy with her life right now, her family members have been very concerned.
The nature lover recently drove fans to panic after she shared a clip of her walking in the edge of a high-rise building.
She was compared by her relatives to her dad Michael Jackson, who also had a life-threatening incident in 2002 where he dangled his son Blanket over a hotel balcony.
The news article also stated how Jackson family members have been very concerned with Michael's only daughter and her erratic behavior.
"This is worse than that because I still think Michael had control of Blanket and they weren't nearly as high up as Paris is in the video. She lost it, she really has."