Paris Jackson Shares Rare Photo with Her Brother Prince Michael
Paris Jackson shocked her followers after he shared a photo that featured her brother, Prince Michael, on her Instagram account.
Followers and fans of Paris Jackson have become accustomed to not seeing pictures of her family on her social media pages. Hence, they were understandably shocked when she shared a picture of her and her brother, Prince Jackson, recently.
According to People, the only daughter of the late Michael Jackson, took to her Instagram Story to drop an image that featured her and Prince. With her arms wrapped around the smiling 23-year-old, Paris claimed that it is “Always fun reconnecting with my twin.”
The Jackson children have continued to share a close bond, especially in the days following their father’s unfortunate death.
The sweet show of love comes a few months after People reported that Prince was hopeful about making his late father proud with his humanitarian efforts during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
To help those who were in need during the pandemic, the 23-year-old’s charity, Heal Los Angeles, formed a partnership with the food delivery service, Fresh N' Lean. Through that effort, Prince was able to distribute meals to those who required them.
Prince claimed that he liked to think that Michael would be pleased with his endeavors because it was one of his goals to see his children flourish as helpful people. The 23-year-old also added that he was thankful for the way his late father raised him and his siblings.
The Jackson children have continued to share a close bond, especially in the days following their father’s unfortunate death. In fact, when the youngest Jackson child, Blanket, marked a birthday milestone, Prince and Paris were there to celebrate with him.
Prince and Bigi also enjoyed a sushi dinner when they went to Yamashiro, which is a well-known Japanese restaurant in Los Angeles.
A source previously informed the outlet that Bigi and Prince are “best friends,” who “share a lot of interests like science and sci-fi.”
Back in May 2019, Bigi surprised many when he attended his elder brother’s commencement ceremony at Loyola Marymount University.