Paris Jackson, daughter of the late and great King of Pop Michael Jackson reunited with her birth mother who she has not seen or had contact with in several years.

Earlier this month Paris met with birth mother Debbie Rowe to celebrate her 15th birthday. The pair spent some quality mother-daughter time shopping before going to dine at Ahi Sushi in Studio City, CA, Entertainment Tonight reports.

Also in recent weeks, Rowe has been seen attempting to make up lost time with Paris by taking her out to lunch, attending her school play and inviting her to spend time in Rowe's Palmdale home. According to reports from People Magazine, Paris is the one who reached out to Rowe in a bid to mend the relationship with her estranged mother.

Rowe met ex-husband Michael Jackson when he was being treated for a skin condition at the skin clinic she worked at in the early 1990s.  The pair married in 1996 and divorced three years later in 1999. During the time that they were married the couple had two children together: Paris, 15, and her brother Prince, now 16 years old.

In 2001, two years after the divorce, Rowe gave up all of her parental rights to both children to ex-husband Michael. After Michael's death in 2009, Rowe received $8 million in the wrongful death settlement of her ex-husband and for the most part continued to stay out of her children's lives. That is, until recently reuniting with daughter Paris.

Rowe and Michael's son Prince has expressed no desire to reconnect with his mother. However, Katherine Jackson, Michael's mother and legal co-guardian of the children says she is happy to see that Rowe and Paris are working on building a relationship, according to reports from Kpopstarz.

A source also revealed to Kpopstarz that "Paris has been going through a lot of teenage angst and feels a bit about three months ago Paris reached out to her mother and told her she wanted to establish a relationship with her. Debbie was open to it and Katherine Jackson is supporting of the developing relationship.