Paris Jackson wishes brother Blanket happy birthday

Paris Jackson wishes brother Blanket happy birthday

Paris Jackson has shared an adorable birthday tribute to her younger brother Blanket.
The 18-year-old aspiring actress took to Instagram on Tuesday (21.02.17) to wish her brother Blanket - born Prince Michael Jackson II - a happy 15th birthday, dubbing him as one of the most ''intelligent'' people she knows.
Posting a picture of the two of them as young children, Paris - the only daughter of the late Michael Jackson - said: ''ughhhhhh my little man is 15 today. slow the f**k down, i want you to stay a baby forever this lil dude right here is one of the most strong, intelligent, and determined people i know. watching you grow up and slowly become a man is like super terrifying but i honestly can't tell you how proud i am. i love you so much B (sic)''
As of the time of writing, Paris and Blanket's older brother Prince, 20, has yet to publicly share a message to his brother.
Meanwhile, the 'Thriller' hitmaker's nephew TJ Jackson - who became the legal guardian of all three of Michael's children when he passed away in 2009 - previously praised the late singer's parenting skills, as he said each of his children have the same ''core ethics and values'' that he did.
TJ, 38, said: ''I don't think there's anything I had to teach them because my uncle taught them everything they need to know.
''All the important things - their core ethics and values are so strong, and there's moments where I just hear my uncle's voice come out of them because [of] their love for people and their innocence.''
The news comes after Prince recently revealed his late father taught him ''what it is to be a man''.
He said: ''He taught me what it is to be a man; he showed me what it is to be a father. For me, [I want] to pass that on to my kids, or to help someone else who has kids. My cousin TJ [Jackson]'s kids, I treat them as if they were my kids. I have fun with them, I love watching them. That being said, I do hype them up, and they do get wild around me, but I think that would probably be the way to continue the teachings.''