The American singer, songwriter, actress, businesswoman, and television personality has been enjoying a relaxing vacation, and showing off her holiday photos on social media.
62-year-old LaToya Jackson has been relaxing on a Spanish vacation recently, and shared a sneak peak of some of her activities while visiting friends in the southern European counntry's summer.
One image she shared to her Instagram showed her standing next to an antique black and red carriage, smiling in an outfit that showed off her tiny figure.
"#SundayMorning in #Spain viewing antique carriages at a #friends home. #sundayfunday!" Jackson captioned the image.
In the photo, Jackson wore a pair of skinny black trousers, a black shirt, and a pair of furry black boots. She added a jacket with gold and red embellishments, and a matching belt with gold and silver adornments.
She was leaning on the black carriage with red wheels, while another stood on her other side, this one made of wood and brown leather.
Plenty of Jackson's fans took to the comments section to share how beautiful they thought she looked.
Jackson, who is the older brother of the late Michael Jackson, turned 62nd birthday in May this year, and celebrated with a dinner at Craig's in West Hollywood.
On that occasion, she wore a pair of high waisted black leggings, black over-the-knee pointed toe boots, a wide black belt, and a bright pink satin pink shirt with long sleeves. The outfit certainly served to accuentuate her tiny waist.
She left her blonde highlighted hair hanging in loose waves down her shoulders, and matched her pink blouse with a pink lipstick.
Another photo showed her guests at the dinner, which included Brenda Richie, Nancy Davis, and Barbara Davis.
The lovely ladies were seated around a circular table with a gorgeous bunch of pink and white roses in the center of the table.
Jackson also recently shared that she gets "messages" from her deceased brother, such as the lights in her house flickering unexpectedly.
"That's him. I know it's not the bulb. They're flickering. So when that happens that means that he's around," she told Hollywood Medium Tyler Henry.
Henry shed some light on Michael's death while speaking to his sister, explaining that the late King of Pop had felt abandoned by the one person who was supposed to be monitoring him, his doctor Conrad Murray.