Paris turned 15 on April 3 and according to reports, she celebrated her birthday with mother Debbie Rowe, 54.

The two were spotted having dinner at Ahi Sushi in Studio City, Calif.

This is the first time Paris hugged her mother since the superstar's, Michael Jackson's ex-wife gave up rights to her as a toddler.

According to Rowe, former wife to the late King of Pop, the two celebrated with a day of shopping and quality mother-daughter quality time.

Paris tweeted on her birthday: "Thank you everyone for all the birthday wishes !! you guys are beautiful and i love you !!"

Rowe married Jackson on November 14, 1996, in Sydney, Australia, and later divorced the music icon in Oct. 1999. They had two children together: Prince Michael Jackson Jr., born February 13, 1997, and Paris Jackson, born on April 3, 1998.  Both kids live with Michael's mother, Katherine Jackson, who also looks after the singer's youngest son, Prince Michael Jackson II, age 11.

Before his death, Michael kept his children well shielded from the public eye, not wanting them to suffer the same fate as he himself did growing up under the media spotlight. However, since his death his children have stepped out increasingly into the media eye.

It is unknown whether Paris and her mother will continue to spend more time together after their recent meet up. However, they both appeared to enjoy each other's company during the birthday outing.

The Christian Post reports In 2003, Rowe spoke on Good Morning America and discussed her relationship with Paris and Michael Jackson Jr. She had previously received a lot of criticism for not being a larger part of their lives.

However, she explained: "Because you give birth, because you impregnate someone, that does not automatically give you that title of mother or father. You earn the title. My kids don't call me mom because I don't want them to. They're Michael's children." Rowe said.

"It's not that they are not my children, but I had them because I wanted him to be a father. I believe there are people who should be parents and he's one of them. And he is such a fabulous man and such a good friend and he's always been there for me. Always, from the day I met him."