Prince Jackson has a ''strong bond'' with his siblings Paris and Blanket, and considers them ''equal partners''.
Prince Jackson has a ''strong bond'' with his siblings.
The 20-year-old son of the late musical icon Michael Jackson has admitted he and his two siblings, 19-year-old sister Paris and 15-year-old brother Blanket - who is now known as B.G. - share a unique connection, and says the trio are more like ''equal partners'' than siblings.
He said: ''Me and my siblings get along really well - especially my sister. She's grown so much and she's been able to really step up. I don't really see myself as her older brother. We're equal partners when it comes down to it. B.G. is just so mature for his age. It's a pretty strong bond.''
The three children of the 'Thriller' hitmaker - who passed away in 2009 - teamed up over the weekend to design mazes and a haunted house for the second annual Costume for a Cause event in preparation for Halloween on Tuesday (31.10.17), and Prince believes giving to charity is something that was ''bred into'' them through their father.
He added during an appearance on the 'Today' show: ''It's something that's bred into us, to really give back to the community. My dad always taught me to lead by example, so I hope I can set a good example that you can have fun by helping other people and you can make a change just by doing that.
''I think he would definitely be proud of the type of work that we're doing and giving back to the community.''
It comes after aspiring actress Paris recently praised her older brother's humanitarian work, and said she was ''honoured'' to be related to him.
Sharing a clip of Prince talking about his charity work on Instagram last month, Paris wrote: ''i am so goddamn proud of the man you have become. you are so full of courage, and such light it's almost blinding. you are my sun. your way with words, your pattern of thinking, your gigantic heart, i can't even begin to tell you how impressed i am and just straight up honored to be your little sister. i have always looked up to you, and now more than ever. i love you so much it hurts. (sic)''
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