We're very glad to see that Paris Jackson is feeling better these days.
The only daughter of Michael Jackson has really been through the emotional ringer since her famous father passed away, battling a substance abuse problem and even considering suicide.
Back in September, Jackson shared a heartbreaking video of herself in tears, opening up about cyberbullying and the horrible toll it has taken on her.
You should go watch it.
Now, however, it appears as though Paris is on an upward trajectory in life.
She has reconciled with her mother (who is sadly battling breast cancer) and she's spending time with a relative you may not have even known she has.
We speak of Macaulay Culkin, who is Paris Jackson's godfather.
No, really: Macaulay Culkin is Paris Jackson's godfather!
The former Home Alone star was famously close to Paris' father, so we guess we shouldn't be too shocked by this piece of information.
But it still sounds weird, doesn't it?
Jackson and Culkin actually hang out a decent amount, with the former posting the above picture of the two joking around this fall to her Instagram page.
And now Paris has gotten the attention of the Internet with a new image of Culkin, one in which she's...
... giving the child actor a pedicure? Apparently!
“Model? nah i paint hipsters toenails for a living,” Paris captioned two side-by-side photos of herself giving Culkin a touching up with a dark pink or purple polish while he laughs.
Culkin has remained close to Michael Jackson's kids ever since the iconic entertainer died in 2009.
And it's clear that Jackson could use as much love and affection in her life as possible, based on what she said in the aforementioned YouTube video.
"I don't understand how there can be so much hatred in the world right now," the teenager said at the time.
She continued, sharing her past experiences of pain and suffering.
"When I was 14 I got so much hatred that I tried to kill myself and I took, like, a two-year break from social media and then people asked me to come back, to make my Instagram public again, so I did. And nothing changed.
"I'm just tired of it. I'm just really, really tired. And, I mean, I know I'm not the only one."
Of the victims of bullying, Paris concluded:
"We got hearts and brains and feelings, and when you say damaging things like that to people, it f--ks 'em up."
Tragic stuff, wouldn't you say?
No one deserves to feel this way.
So while we posted this story and this photo of Jackson and Culkin sort of as a joke, we very much mean it when we say we're glad Paris has Macaulay.
We're glad to see her smiling.
We're glad to see her living her life to the fullest.
We hope she continues to do so.