Michael Jackson’s children Paris, Prince and Blanket were found visiting Willow and Jaden Smith on a Los Angeles movie set this week.
Prince, 14, Paris 13, and Blanket, nine, were accompanied by their grandmother Katherine who according to TMZ wants the good fortune and experience of the Smith kids to rub off on her clan.
Willow, 10, and Jaden, 12, are rumoured to be working on a new movie project together. Both kids have had success in the entertainment industries recently with Jaden’s role in The Karate Kid and Willow’s popular song “Whip My Hair.”
The Jackson children have not been seen around Will and Jada Smith’s kids before, but they seemed to enjoy playing together and were smiling, jumping around and talking.
Paris looked more mature than ever wearing eye makeup, and Blanet’s hair was the longest it has ever been.
According to the Daily Mail last week, the Jackson kids attend afterschool drama class near their Los Angeles home.
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