Michael Jackson’s three children have been seen all together while enjoying the fresh snow in Lake Tahoe, California on Thursday.
All the kids – Prince, 25, Paris, 24, and Blanket (real name Prince Michael Jackson II), 20 – showed their faces clearly as they were without ski masks. The trio were taking snowmobiles out for a run.
The children of The King of Pop – who came out with the mega hits Thriller, Beat It and Billie Jean – looked to be enjoying their day in the cold temperatures as they were joined by several friends.
Their singer father Michael died in June 2009 after acute propofol and benzodiazepine intoxication at his home in the Los Angeles area.
Paris wore a brown parka jacket that had a hoodie as she added a rust colored knit cap with a fuzzy ball on top.
The Chanel model and folk/pop singer also had on dark slacks and carried a coffee to-go in one hand with her cell phone in the other.
Her bandmate Justin Long, who wore all black clothing, could also be seen with the group.
Prince had on a black jacket and dark slacks with a white helmet on as he held onto ski gloves.
And Blanket kept it casual in a black zip-up jacket over a vintage Star Wars T-shirt with his long dark hair worn down over his shoulders.
Out in Tahoe: Paris wore a brown parka jacket that had a hoodie as she added a rust colored knit cap with a fuzzy ball on top. The Chanel model and folk/pop singer also had on dark slacks and carried a coffee to-go in one hand with her cell phone in the other. Her bandmate Justin Long was seen in the background
A classic beauty: The catwalk star was seen with pretty makeup on and her blonde hair worn down
It comes months after eldest sibling Prince told ITV’s Good Morning Britain that his dad Michael and Princess Diana were close friends after meeting in the late eighties.
Prince said: ‘Every time my father used to speak about his relationship with her it was filled with so much love, but also at the same time sorrow, because he had lost a friend that was so near and dear to his heart.’
Michael, who passed away in 2009, first became acquainted with Diana, who died in 1997, while backstage at Wembley Stadium in London in 1988.
Prince was born in February 1997 just months before Diana died in a car accident in Paris in August 1997.
The Force is with him: Blanket kept it casual in a black zip-up jacket over a vintage Star Wars T-shirt with his long dark hair worn down over his shoulders
Prince shared that the pop star – whose biggest hits were Thriller and Bad – thought he had a lot in common with the popular princess.
‘He just felt like, as he explained it to me, that he felt connected to her in a way that he didn’t really have those connections with other people,’ shared Prince.
Michael had many high-profile friends including Elizabeth Taylor and Madonna.
Is the Prince with his Princess? Prince was seen with a Go-Pro on his head as he walked alongside a woman in all white
‘I think that… they kind of fed off each other in the sense that this love was communal.
‘And he loved how she loved and he loved how she tried to be a great mom to her children and how she wanted to just be a good person,’ said Prince.
Michael had three children. Diana had sons Prince William, 40, and Harry, 38.
Ready to ride: Here Prince is seen with more friends as they make their way past mature pine trees while in snowmobiles
‘And that was all that he was about. He wanted to be a great father, and he wanted to be a great person,’ continued Prince.
‘And I felt like there was just so much synergy there. And when he would speak about her it was with so much love, but also some sorrow because he had lost such a good friend.’
Diana was killed in a car crash in Paris on August 31 1997. Michael passed 12 years later in 2009.
Michael, cited as one of the most influential musicians thanks to his era-defining albums and live performances, died aged 50 following an overdose of the anaesthetic propofol.
Close pals: It comes after Prince told ITV’s Good Morning Britain that Michael and Princess Diana were close friends after meeting in the late 80s (pictured in July 1988)