Michael Jackson is always around his children, even in death.
Their uncle, and MJ's brother, Jackie Jackson explains why.
"They are with their father 24 hours a day," Jackie said of Paris, Prince and Prince II (Blanket). "They have pictures in the bedroom. They talk about him all the time."
"They ask me stories about him. They want to know more about him."
The pop star's kids are "doing really well," Jackie said, adding that Prince wants to be a director one day, while little sister Paris wants to be an actress.
"I told the kids, 'You better get busy, because when we were your age, we were selling out concerts,'" Jackie joked, referring to the famed Jackson 5.
The children have embraced that era of their father's life, with Prince even donning a Jackson 5 shirt to a recent Los Angeles Lakers game with Jackie.
Michael's children especially love the shirts, said Jackie: "They like to see us as little kids. We were the same age they are and we were doing our thing."
It's nice that the kids have a strong support system and that for all they have gone through, they appear to be respectful, well-adjusted young people.