Michael Jackson: His sons Prince and Blanket are unrecognizable today!

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13 years ago, on June 25, 2009, Michael Jackson died leaving orphans his three children: Paris, Prince and Blanket. If Paris has (almost) kept the same face, its brothers on the other hand have changed a lot!

Monday, August 29, Michael Jackson, forever nicknamed the “king” of pop, would have turned 64. When he died on June 25, 2009, he left behind his three children: Prince, 25, and Paris, 24, from his relationship with Debbie Rowe, a nurse he married in 1996, and Blanket, 20 years. The singer’s only biological child.

This Friday, August 19, the first two attended the Harold and Carole Pump Foundation gala held in Beverly Hills. The objective of this evening was to raise funds against cancer. Paris and Prince Jackson, dressed in a bohemian evening dress for one and a sumptuous black suit accompanied by a purple tie for the other, found themselves in the middle of an audience of celebrities. Among them: actor and singer Jamie Foxx, baseball players Ray Lewis and Ozzie Smith, ex-boxer Sugar Ray Leonard, singer Eric Benet or even the ex of the late Whitney Houston, Bobby Brown.

  • Prince and blanket, the discreet jackson sons have changed a lot!

If Paris Jackson is often talked about, especially on social networks, her brothers Prince and Blanket are rarer on the media scene. If the first has not changed too much since the death of his father Michael in 2009, his brothers on the other hand are unrecognizable today! Above all, Blanket who, at the age of 20, got his first car. Very discreet in the media, the young man was seen in the streets of Los Angeles last May. While he was a little boy when his father died, little Blanket grew into a man with his budding little beard.

The last time the three Jackson children appeared together was last February at the premiere of “MJ: The Musical” at the Neil Simon Theater on Broadway. Last June, Paris and Prince Jackson paid tribute to their father during the Tony Awards ceremony at Radio City Music Hall in New York.