Michael Jackson's Daughter Paris Posts Rare Childhood Photos with Brother Prince on His 23rd Birthday
Paris Jackon, daughter of Micheal Jackson, took to social media to celebrate her brother, Prince's 23rd birthday, with an emotional caption.
The king of pop, Micheal Jackson, left behind three children (Prince, Paris and Prince II) after his demise in 2009. Paris, who's a singer and model, is most commonly known to grace the eye of the public on occasions and even social media.
On Feb 13, Paris took on to Instagram to post rare family pictures of herself and her big brother, in celebration of his 23rd birthday.
In the photos, young Prince and Paris are seen making silly faces and having fun. 21-year-old Paris captioned her post describing her brother as,
"greatest big brother and role model a girl could ever hope for."
She kept her well wishes short as she pointed out that the post was not enough to convey her real thoughts and wishes for her elder brother. Paris also referred to Prince as her "twin and bestie."
She ended the caption by expressing her undying love for her brother and wished him a "happy birthday."
Late last year, Prince and Paris made a suprise joint appearance
Prince, who graduated with a business degree from Loyola Marymount University, LA, revealed his goal to carry on his father's philanthropic legacy. The 23-year-old expressed his interest in the entertainment industry but said he was taking time to focus on "non-profit" work for now.
Paris, on the other hand, takes her music seriously. The singer formed a singer-songwriter duo known as "The Sound Flowers" with her boyfriend and musical act, Gabriel Glen.
She also ventured into runway modeling at a point and walked the runway next to famous supermodels like the Hadid sisters.
Late last year, Prince and Paris made a surprise joint appearance at The Ryan Gordy Foundation's '60 Years of Motown' occasion. The duo walked the red carpet hand in hand, and both delivered a heart-felt speech later at the event.
The youngest of the family, Prince II, fondly called 'Blanket' by their late father, is, however, not keen on being in front of a camera. The 18-year-old now goes by "Bigi." He was present at the graduation ceremony of his elder brother, Prince, from Loyola Marymount University.
Both Prince and Paris have described the bond between the children of the dead pop star as something that is "raw" and special to them. The family greatly credits their years of togetherness to the unbreakable bond between them.