Paris Jackson Shares New Photo with Brother Prince Michael, Says It's 'Always Fun Reconnecting'
Paris' sweet post comes shortly after she recently opened up about an array of topics in her new Facebook Watch series, Unfiltered: Paris Jackson and Gabriel Glenn, which follows Jackson and her boyfriend Gabriel Glenn as they launch their band amid pressure to live up to the Jackson family legacy.
In the premiere episode, Paris, 22, delved into how her past has informed her music today.
"It's been 11 years and I've been through hell, whether it was him passing or all the other s— I've been through in my life," she shared, discussing her late dad. "If I don't talk about it or if I don't let it in my music, it's gonna completely ruin my life and it's gonna own me and I'll be a slave to that kind of pain. I don't want that."
She added, "Everyone in my family does music. I mean, I'm a Jackson. It makes sense that I'm a musician but like, a Jackson doing folk indie?"
Meanwhile, Prince Michael recently made headlines with his charitable efforts amid the ongoing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Speaking with Entertainment Tonight about what his dad would think about his charity — Heal Los Angeles, partnering with meal delivery service Fresh N' Lean to hand out meals to those in need amid the virus outbreak — he shared, "I would like to think that he would be very proud because I think this was one of his main goals, was not only to spread his message of positivity and happiness but to see it enacted in his kids. As a father, I think that's what you want to do when you raise kids. You're preparing them for the world and the type of person they're going to be."
Prince continued, "I'm very grateful that I have this feeling that it's this collaborative ecosystem — we all need to help each other — and that came from the way that he raised us."
In the same interview with ET, Prince said he had been in contact with his sister, as well as his brother Bigi, 18, during the pandemic. He also shared that he's offered support to his grandmother, Katherine Jackson, 90, from a distance, as she is part of the at-risk group for the virus.
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