This Is What Michael Jackson's Kids Are Doing These Days

This Is What Michael Jackson's Kids Are Doing These Days
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The King of pop, owner of the moon walk - Michael Jackson. His death in 2009 broke our hearts into zillion pieces. Six years to it now, with all these years of unknown trails of his children, we bring to you the legend's next generation, his very own traits which are so prominent in his children now.

We bet reading this article would definitely bring back the star memories to you after all this time.

 Eternal star!

 Eternal star!

He shall forever be alive in our thoughts.

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Legacy he left behind!

Legacy he left behind!
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To the world, he left his three children Prince (or Blanket), Paris, and Michael Joseph Jackson, Jr.

The Prince

The Prince
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His son Michael Joseph Jackson Jr. now 18 years old, high school graduate is following his father's footsteps and trying to break into the entertainment world. Wishing him the best of luck! 

Rulers of the social world

Rulers of the social world
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Out of all the three, Prince is most actively found on social media.

Paris Jackson

Paris Jackson

Paris Jackson was said to be very close to her father. The princess has come a long way. She is in a much better place in her life now. Now 18 years old, she is dating Chester Castellaw. The pair walked the red carpet together at a theater event in Los Angeles.

The trio

The trio
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The bond

The bond
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There seems to be an unbreakable bond between the children after the death of their father in 2009.

Similarities

Similarities
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Yes, each three of them have their own similiarities to their dad.

Little prince

Little prince
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Blanket Jackson is now 12 years old, the last child of the crooner Michael Jackson.

 No substitute for the king

 No substitute for the king
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Even though it's heart-warming to see Michael Jackson's children doing extremely well, the empty space after his death doesn't get replaced by anyone else. No matter what, he shall forever remain the eternal king of pop.