Paris Jackson Kisses Boyfriend Chester Castellaw During L.A. Coffee Date: PDA Photos

Paris Jackson and Chester Castellaw
Paris Jackson kissed boyfriend Chester Castellaw during a Calabasas, Calif., coffee date on Monday, July 13.

Ah, young love! Paris Jackson is clearly enamored of her new boyfriend Chester Castellaw, and on Monday, July 13, Michael Jackson's only daughter wasn't afraid to show it. As new photos from X17 illustrate, the King of Pop's daughter got cute and cuddly with the high school soccer player, 18, on a coffee date in L.A.

Paris Jackson and Chester Castellaw PDA
Paris Jackson packed on the PDA with her new boyfriend Chester Castellaw during a July 13 coffee date.

During their afternoon java run to a Calabasas, Calif., Starbucks, 17-year-old Jackson and Castellaw held hands across the table and snuck kisses while they enjoyed their iced coffees. Jackson was clearly smitten by her hunky new man, pausing to stroke his biceps and run her fingers through his long shaggy locks during their date.

Jackson and Castellaw were first photographed hiking in L.A. in April, and by the following month, their relationship was made "Facebook official." Their first red carpet appearance together was at the Deaf West Theatre's production of Spring Awakening in May.

Paris Jackson and Chester Castellaw
Paris Jackson and her boyfriend Chester Castellaw pose at a Beverly Hills staging of Spring Awakening in May 2015. Gabriel Olsen/FilmMagic

Jackson, who will appear in the lead role in 2017's Lundon's Bridge and the Three Keys, also has brothers Michael "Prince" Jr., 18, and Prince "Blanket," 13.

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