Washington (ANI): Michael Jackson's eldest children Prince Michael and Paris are making efforts to make their younger brother Blanket understand that their dad has gone forever. The Late King of Pop's youngest child, Prince Michael II, aka Blanket, has not been able to grasp the fact that his father has died of a cardiac arrest last month.
Jackson's long-term friend, former child star Mark Lester, has revealed that during the 'Thriller" hit-maker"s memorial service at Los Angles' Staples Center on July 7 that a confused Blanket asked him, "Where's Daddy gone? On holiday?" And since then, the seven year old's siblings, 12-year-old Prince Michael and Paris, 11, have been helping their younger brother understand their father has passed away.
"Blanket is very young and so sweet - too cute for words - but he's very smart. I think he understands his dad has passed because of the ceremony. Paris and Prince are very bright and they have tried to explain it to him," Contactmusic quoted Jackson's brother, Jermaine, as saying.