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Donning a black suit, red shirt and red armband and conjuring up images of a certain music King, Prince Michael Jackson made quite an appearance Friday.

At the Tribute to Bambi charity event in Berlin, Michael's eldest child presented three manuscripts for some of his dad's biggest hits to be auctioned off.

For a good cause, the original lyrics and music to "Bad," "Billie Jean," and "Smooth Criminal" are now up for sale. Here's Prince Michael at the event:

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Prince Michael poses with German actress Miriam Pielhau.

"With everything I do, I try to build on what my father did. I also try to help and change things - just like he did," the 14-year-old told the audience.

Bidding goes until November 10 at United Charity. Four hours after the auction opened, the manuscript for Michael's "Bad" was already at $20,400.

Proceeds will go to charities benefiting disadvantaged children.

Prince Michael Jackson is "an incredibly polite, well-raised young man," an attendee of the event said. "I think we can expect to hear more from him."

Just not right away. He's got normal teenage things to do. "I wish I could stay longer to see the sights," he said. "But I have to get back for school."

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Michael Jackson's eldest son, Prince Michael, is stepping into the spotlight.

The 14-year-old will be in Berlin, sans relatives, for a November 10 auction in support of a cause dear to his late father's heart: helping disadvantaged kids.

His dad's handwritten composition of "Bad" will be sold to the highest bidder, with ALL proceeds from the auction going to the Tribute to Bambi foundation.

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The group supports organizations in Germany that aid needy children.

"Prince Michael Jackson will walk the red carpet and present the manuscript on stage surrounded by children," a spokesperson for the event says.

"He won't be traveling alone," says a source close to the event, noting he will have an encourage, "but no family members will be with him."

In 2002, when he was just five, Prince Michael visited Berlin with his father, sister Paris and then-baby brother Blanket for the same event.

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Michael Jackson's kids are planning on attending the upcoming MJ Tribute Concert in person. This in spite of objections from two of their uncles.

Prince, Paris and Blanket have all decided that they want to fly to Wales for the event, regardless of what Jermaine and Randy Jackson think.

An Jackson family rep tells TMZ: "Paris, Blanket and Prince have been asked to attend the MJ Tribute in Wales and they have decided to go."

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The rep adds that the kids are "extremely excited and they're hoping they will have the opportunity to contribute in some way by making a speech."

"Nothing has been set in stone, but they really hope they can."

Jermaine and Randy are fighting their attendance, as well as the concert itself, which they consider "inappropriate," given that the event is due to take place in October during the involuntary manslaughter trial of Dr. Conrad Murray.

We can see that side of it, but at the same time, Michael's kids - who are said to be so happy these days - should be allowed to honor his memory.

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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.

"They are really happy kids now," a source says.

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Paris, Blanket, Prince and some other person we don't know.

Monday, they made a public appearance with their grandmother, Katherine Jackson, and aunt, Latoya Jackson, at a ceremony to donate some of MJ's artwork.

They were also spotted at Six Flags Magic Mountain last week with their cousins, Jermajesty and Jaafar, plus Prince Michael Jackson's girlfriend Niki (sp?).

As summer winds down, the Jacksons - like any kids - will focus on school.

"Prince and Paris are going back to [private school] this year. They love the social aspect of it," says the source of the long home-schooled kids.

Blanket, on the other hand, will stay home to receive his education, at least for now: "He's still very, very shy. He's still home-schooled."

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Kids. They grow up so fast.

Michael Jackson's eldest son, Prince Michael, spent the afternoon at Magic Mountain in Valencia, Calif., yesterday, along with his siblings Blanket (pictured) and Paris, plus Jermaine Jackson's kids ... and a special young lady?

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Could this be a new girlfriend for Prince Michael Jackson?

Prince Michael Jackson, 14, with his mystery maybe-girlfriend and brother Blanket, 9. The kids seemed to be having a blast during their Magic Mountain excursion.

Sightings of Michael Jackson's kids have been more common in the two years since their dad passed away. They always look like they're handling things well.

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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:

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June 25 marked the two year anniversary of Michael Jackson's death. Despite Michael being taken from them too soon, with the help of their extended Jackson family, the kids all seem to be doing extremely well in life.

They have always been regarded as well-raised, well-adjusted kids and the increased normalcy of their lives should only help. Katherine Jackson and their aunts and uncles all deserve a lot of credit, as do the kids themselves.

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Michael Jackson’s two oldest children, 14 and 13 respectively, are looking more grown up by the day. Prince Michael and Paris Jackson also look like your normal, happy teenagers - just like their famous father wanted for them.

The two were spotted out and about at a Los Angeles Starbucks Thursday ...

Prince Michael, Paris Jackson

Paris and Prince are growing up so fast!

Dressed in their school uniforms, the youngsters - who Katherine Jackson enrolled in a posh private school once she became their guardian - looked like any regular kids as they enjoyed their drinks and headed to their waiting car.

It’s had to believe it's been nearly two years since Michael Jackson died at his Holmby Hills home on June 25, 2009 following an overdose of Propofol.

Dr. Conrad Murray will be tried on manslaughter charge related to the death.

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Michael Jackson must be smiling from his grave.

That was the primary thing we took away from his kids' interview on Good Morning America this morning. In the year and a half since their father passed away, Paris, Blanket and Prince Michael Jackson have adjusted, even thrived.

While the children, now under the care of Michael's mother Katherine, are some of the most famous kids anywhere, they don't act like it. Instead, the GMA interview speaks volumes of a balanced, well-adjusted and  age-appropriate upbringing.

Dad would be proud ...

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Michael Jackson is always around his children, even in death.

Their uncle, and MJ's brother, Jackie Jackson explains why.

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"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.

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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.

The children refused to believe that their dad died of a heart attack in June 2009, since MJ raved that Dr. Conrad Murray was the best doctor on Earth.

For what it's worth, Michael and the kids loved Murray.

Jackson's former nanny, Grace Rwaramba, has described his addictions in detail, and spoke with LAPD investigators about how Dr. Murray became a "regular" around the house when the singer lived in Vegas, visiting at least twice a week.

Grace said Michael would constantly praise Murray in front of the kids, and that's why after he died, the kids would say, "There's no way daddy could have died of a heart attack because Dr. Murray is the best doctor in the whole world."

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