Michael Jackson must be smiling from above.

Two years after his death, his once-veiled children Prince, 14, Paris, 13, and Blanket, 9, are facing the world and adjusting to their new life with flying colors.

Sightings of Michael Jackson's children are becoming less and less noteworthy, which is bittersweet. The intensely private Michael always shielded them from the public, but since his death, they've been living much more open existences.

Prince Michael, Paris Michael and Blanket (real name Prince Michael II), all put on their Sunday best as they left a church service in Los Angeles yesterday:

Michael Jackson wanted his kids to lead the normal childhood he never had, but they still idolize their famous dad and want to follow in his footsteps.

So they told Good Morning America in interview to air tomorrow.

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Last fall, we reported that Michael Jackson's children may be asked to testify on behalf of Dr. Conrad Murray, as the embattled physician's lawyers seek to establish that the late, great King of Pop had longstanding drug addictions.

While that says little about Murray's actual care, Jackson's kids apparently thought highly of him in that regard too, because their famous father did.