Cara Delevingne and Paris Jackson looked loved up as they were caught on camera walking hand in hand seemingly confirming their lesbian relationship , and RadarOnline.com has all the steamy photographs! The duo were returning to Paris' hotel from a DJ concert at Fabric nightclub. As Radar previously reported exclusively, Paris' grandparents, Katherine and Joe, lost it when they found out Michael Jackson's eldest was swapping spit with the same sex. Click through to see all the PDA pics!
The actress and model had left the CamelPhat DJ set at around 5:30am and talked with a few fellow partygoers before returning alone to their Central London hotel, arriving at 6:10am.
The pair were dressed incognito and tried to remain anonymous as they stood in the street with their hoods up.
Rumors about their relationship started in December 2017 when they were pictured leaving a fire escape together after a Burberry event in London.
Delevingne isn't the first female Paris has locked lips with. The gorgeous 19-year-old daughter of late King of Pop Michael Jackson kissed 33-year-old gal pal, DJ Caroline D'Amore on the VMA Red Carpet last year — causing her religious elderly grandparents, Katherine, 87, and Joe Jackson, 89, to 'lose it!'
A source at the time told Radar: "Katherine and Joe are not big fans of her being openly bisexual!"
"She has been outspoken about her bisexuality and this is no surprise to anyone that knows her but her family is having a hard time accepting it," the source said.
"Joe and Katherine are so religious and they believe that Paris' desire for women will lead to a life in hell for her," the insider added.
"Katherine has tried everything to steer her away from the ladies," said source.
"She was really hoping that this was just a phase that Paris was going through," a snitch spilled to Radar.
But judging by these photos, it appears Paris affection towards women is more than just a phase.
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