New pictures of Paris Jackson and her boyfriend Chester Castellaw have surfaced on the social media. Michael Jackson’s 17-year-old daughter looks affectionate with her footballer boyfriend in a new selfie. Castellaw shared the picture, which shows his girlfriend smiling.
The teenager shows off her punk style in streaked red and brown hair while she is seen smiling in a mirror shot as her blonde beau stands next to her. In the shot, Paris can be seen dressed in a black vest and matching trousers with a black, red and white checked shirt casually tied around her waist. She accessorized her look with lots of plenty of rings, festival bands and funky bracelets. Her makeup was very dark with heavy eyeshadow and deep colored lipstick, according to Mirror U.K..
She is pictured holding a mobile phone while Chester is seen leaning wearing a black vest top with his hair in a relaxed mohawk. In another photograph he is seen with his arms wrapped around his girlfriend as they look on into the camera innocently. The 18-year-old shared a number of snaps of the loved-up teenagers on Instagram, confirming their romance over the past few months.
Chester is a member of Real So Cal soccer club. Paris was first seen with her boyfriend on March 23 working out in a Calabasas Park, California. Mirror contacted a rep for Paris for comment. “Paris is completely head over heels for him and she has been gushing about him constantly, telling her family members that she loves him and he is her soul mate,” they said.
The 17-year-old daughter of pop star Michael Jackson had been going to a speciality boarding school in Utah. After her dad’s death in 2009, she and her brothers Michael, 18, and Blanket, 13 lived with their grandmother Katherine Jackson and older cousin T.J. Jackson. The “Lundon’s Bridge” actress has led a secluded life after Michael Jackson’s death, when she was just 11. Earlier, a source had told E Online that she was "doing real well." The person said that Utah was exactly the place that she needed to get better adding that she was in a much better place than she was a year ago.
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