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WATCH: Prince and Paris Jackson open up about their Neverland childhood

The siblings represented their father at a special event

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Prince and Paris Jackson, the oldest children of Michael Jackson, has shared an insight into their childhood.

The siblings spoke to Vogue in a video which showcased them getting ready for Motown’s 60th anniversary.

They were representing their father at the event.

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“I think of my childhood when I hear the word Motown, I grew up listening to all of that, and it’s very nostalgic,” Paris said.

Prince explained: “Motown and my dad’s legacy in Motown was way before, obviously, I was born.”

“But I always heard him speak fondly of it.”

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The siblings then told a story of how Paris broke her nose when they were kids.

Explaining what happened, the brother and sister said that Paris fell while they played a game of hide and go seek in the dark.

Prince said: “We were playing hide and go seek at Neverland. I decided to turn off the lights.”

Paris described having “raccoon eyes” after the fall and knowing her nose was broken, thanks to her brother’s “genius idea.”