Paris Jackson shares Father's Day tribute to late dad Michael Jackson
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Paris Jackson has shared a Father's Day tribute to her late dad Michael Jackson.
The 25-year-old daughter took to Instagram on Sunday (18 June) to share with her four million followers a rare photography of herself and her two siblings Prince and Bigi with their late father, the King of Pop.
The Father's Day post comes as the 14th anniversary of MJ's passing soon approaches later this week (25 June).
The 'Thriller' hit-maker died from a cardiac arrest back in 2009 aged 50-years-old.
MJ shared two children with his second wife Debbie Rowe, Paris, 25 and Prince, 26, while his third child Bigi (also known as Blanket), 21, was welcomed via a surrogate mother whose identity has been kept private.
Underneath the repost, the singer added the caption: "Happy fathers day."
The throwback photo shows the four standing in a kitchen with MJ holding Bigi while the other two siblings seemingly bake a cake with Paris holding a wooden spoon coated in batter.
While the three children of the 'Man in the Mirror' star tend to not talk about their father in public - Prince, once shared an Instagram post last year to mark what would have been his dad’s 64th birthday.
"Happy birthday to the greatest! Miss you more and more but I love you more and more with each day," he penned, before adding: "Thank you for everything."
Paris, who is now a folk musician, has also previously revealed the impact her father has had on her life.
She once opened up about how she will 'always' take some kind of influence from the decade-spanning discography of her dad.
Even though she and MJ's work are two very different genres, pop and folk, Paris revealed to the Evening Standard back in 2021 that her father's music and life teachings were always in the forefront of her mind.
She recalled: "We were lucky enough to be raised with solid morals."
Remembering a key moment from her childhood, Paris added: "He would be like, 'Oh, you want to go to Toys 'R' Us and get five toys? Great. You need to read five books - and I will test you on those books'."
This Sunday (25 June) will mark 14 years since MJ passed away from acute propofol intoxication in Los Angeles, California.