It’s hard to believe that it’s been over four years since we lost the King of Pop Michael Jackson, and now in a new documentary about their father, his children are speaking out.
In the documentary Remembering Michael, Jackson’s three children Prince, Paris and Blanket reveal what life was like growing up with their superstar father. It also marks the first time 11-year-old Blanket has spoken out publicly about his future dreams.
“I’m going to try to help, like Africa, because that’s a very poor continent,” Blanket says in the documentary, according to ABC News. “There’s a lot of animals that are being killed from, like, poachers and stuff. So, I want to help, like, endangered species of animals.”
Paris expresses her interest in pursuing acting and says she wishes she learned how to moonwalk before her father passed away.
“He promised me he would teach me how to moonwalk. He never got around to it,” she says.
As for Prince, he says that it took him 6 years to learn his father’s real name, saying “he was always ‘daddy’ to me.
The documentary is executive produced by the Jackson matriarch, Katherine Jackson, and can be viewed on Fundanything.com by fans who pay a $10 fee online. The film project has a goal of $3.2 million.
“I’m inviting all of Michael’s fans to join me, Prince, Paris and Blanket to finish this wonderful project. Please join us,” Katherine says of the project. “I’d love to have you.”
Learn more about Remembering Michael in the full Entertainment Report below.