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Prince Jackson, 23, the son of Michael Jackson, has opened up about how he is not musical like his pop star father and sister, Paris. The Thriller hitmaker’s son opened up about the recent time he worked alongside Paris which turned out to be “gruelling”.
It was a gruelling four days.
The late King of Pop, who died in 2009, has three children, Michael Joseph Jackson Jr, 23, who is known as Prince, Paris, 22, and Prince Michael Jackson II, 18, known as Blanket.
In a new interview on This Morning, Prince admitted he doesn’t have a musical bone in his body.
He began: “Unfortunately not at all!
“But, yes, I’ve just produced her (Paris) first music video.”
He continued: “I’m very proud of her, that was such an experience to work with my sister.”
After Paris formed musical duo The Soundflowers with musician Gabriel Glenn, they played their first gig back in 2018.
Prince continued: “It was a gruelling four days – inspired by my father’s cinematic theme and long form music videos.
“It was such a learning experience and I was so proud to see my sister’s art come to life and amazed that I could be a part of that.”
The star then revealed that he and his siblings are “very close” despite their unconventional upbringing.
Prince shared: “The way we grew up and interact with each other, there is an unspoken bond. We can almost read each other’s thoughts or body language!
“I try to speak with my family all the time – they give me life.”
Michael Jackson welcomed Paris into the world with his second wife Debbie Rowe in 1998.
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The pop star, who married Debbie while he was on tour in Australia in 1996, then welcomed Prince in 1997.
Michael and Debbie, a dermatology nurse, split in 1999, but the singer had full custody of their children.
In 2002, he welcomed, Michael, 18, through a surrogate.
Debbie has since made comments about her former husband after his death.
In 2009, she claimed their relationship was closer to her being his “thoroughbred”.
She shared: “Michael was divorced, lonely and wanted children.
“I was the one who said to him, ‘I will have your babies.'”
Debbie went on to discuss: “I offered him my womb, it was a gift. It was something I did to keep him happy.”
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