Washington (ANI): Michael Jackson's sister La Toya has said that she can't believe her late brother would have wanted Diana Ross as a back-up guardian to his three kids, insisting her the King of Pop"s final will has yet to surface. The singer's long-time friend Ross was named as the person Jackson wanted to look after Prince Michael, 12, Paris, 11, and seven-year-old Prince Michael II, if his mother Katherine was unable to.
However, La Toya is convinced that the contents of the will, especially those concerning the welfare of his three kids, will be challenged when his last will and testament comes to light. "We believe there is another will which will emerge. He updated his will almost every five years, so we expect one to come from 2007," Contactmusic quoted her as saying.
She said her brother had wanted their elder sister Rebbie to look after the kids. "Michael always told us that he wanted his eldest sister, Rebbie Jackson, to look after the children. Rebbie had a nice family, which Michael loved. He told many family members that she was his choice," she added.