On Sunday, Michael Jackson’s daughter Paris celebrated her milestone birthday with close friends in the privacy of one of their homes.
“Thank you everybody very very much for all the birthday wishes, means the absolute world to me,” she penned on Sunday to her 1.22 million Twitter followers.
The group celebrated their friend with a loud chorus of Happy Birthday before the 18-year-old cut her celebratory cake. But apparently Paris didn’t pull her cake knife out clean, because she kissed the nearest boy!
In a cute snap posted on her Instagram account, the pixie-haired beauty shared a quick kiss with her 26-year-old boyfriend, Michael Snoddy.
The steamy photo - which has received over 15.5 thousand likes since its upload on Sunday - shows the two locked in a steamy embrace with his tattooed hands placed either side of her face in the candid moment.
The mohawked drummer is Paris’ first boyfriend since her split with ex-boyfriend Chester Castellaw in December of last year.
The then-couple were together for almost a year before they so suddenly cut each other out of their lives.
“Paris broke up with Chester about three weeks ago and they are not on speaking terms right now,” a source told RadarOnline at the time.
But four months on, it seems as if the king of pop’s only daughter is completely smitten with her new beau.
Rumours circulating the Hollywood sphere presume that the new pair met at one of her AA meetings following a tragic overdose in 2013.
“He is newly sober like Paris and they have obviously really latched on to each other,” a source close to the Jackson family told RadarOnline.
“Snoody is helping Paris with her vocals and they have gotten so close because of their shared love of music,” the insider continued.
Before her milestone birthday, the young Jackson was reportedly receiving $8 million each year as an allowance from her late father’s estate.
But since becoming a legal adult in the United States, Paris would have just inherited a huge fraction of her estimated $100 million inheritance.
See Paris' heartbreaking farewell speech in the video player below.