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

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.


“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.”


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.”


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