You might remember seeing pictures of Michael Jackson's daughter, Paris, when she was young, but for the most part, the King of Pop tried to keep his kids out of the spotlight.


So it might come as a surprise to see Paris Jackson now. This beauty grew up fast and she's absolutely stunning! With a fun personality and drop dead gorgeous looks, this hottie is on the rise!



Paris Michael Katherine Jackson is the second child and only daughter of pop legend Michael Jackson.



A recent selfie from this stunner, even as a kid, she had a ton of personality



Born on April 3, 1998, in Beverly Hills, California, Paris Michael Katherine Jackson is the second child and only daughter of the late pop legend Michael Jackson. Paris's biological mother is Debbie Rowe, an ex-wife of Michael Jackson, who signed over custody of Paris—as well as her son, Paris's brother Michael Joseph Jackson—to Michael Jackson, following the couple's divorce in 1999. Paris, Michael Joseph "Prince" Jackson Jr. and their youngest sibling, Prince Michael "Blanket" Jackson II, attend private school in California.

Just a she is young



Paris Michael Katherine Jackson was born on April 3, 1998, in Beverly Hills, California. She is the second child and only daughter of the late pop legend Michael Jackson. Paris's biological mother is Debbie Rowe, an ex-wife of Michael Jackson, who signed over custody of Paris—as well as her son, Paris's older brother Michael Joseph "Prince" Jackson Jr.—to Michael Jackson, following their divorce in October 1999.


She rocks messy hair



On June 25, 2009, Paris's father, Michael Jackson, suffered cardiac arrest at his Los Angeles home, and died shortly after being transported to a nearby hospital. At the time of her father's death, Paris was 11 years old. As dictated by her father's will, Paris and her brothers came under the legal care of their grandmother, Katherine Jackson.

In February 2010, an official coroner's report on Michael Jackson's death was released, revealing that the singer had died from acute propofol intoxication. Aided by his personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, Michael had used the drug, among others, to help him sleep.

A police investigation revealed later that Murray hadn't been licensed to prescribe most controlled medications in California, and the doctor's actions as Michael's caretaker were subsequently further scrutinized. Murray was found guilty of homicide on November 7, 2011, receiving a four-year prison sentence.

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