Paris Jackson celebrates brother Blanket's 18th birthday with rare throwback photos: 'He's a legal adult'

The youngest son of late King of Pop Michael Jackson is officially legal

                            Paris Jackson celebrates brother Blanket's 18th birthday with rare throwback photos: 'He's a legal adult'
Prince, Bigi and Paris Jackson (Tim Alban/Getty Images)

The youngest son of late King of Pop, Michael Jackson, is officially legal. Blanket 'Bigi' Jackson just turned 18 and his sister Paris Jackson, 21, is quite excited about it. 

Paris-Michael Katherine Jackson, the second child and only daughter of Michael and Debbie Rowe, took to social media to share photos of her younger brother for his birthday. The photos are beyond adorable and are throwback pictures of the siblings. "My little brother is a legal adult today. what the f***. i used to change his diapers. this is such a trip," Paris posted on her Instagram account. Blanket's birthday was on February 21.

"Proud of the handsome, intelligent, insightful, funny, and kind young man he has become. he likes privacy so that’s all i gotta say. hbd lil bro," the caption continued. The Instagram post had a slideshow of pictures that included all the Jackson siblings.

The photos were that of Paris with Blanket and her elder brother Prince Jackson, 22, in a movie theater. One was of the brother and sister duo making silly faces and another was of the sister annoying her brother.

Blanket, who changed his name to Bigi, was born Prince Michael Jackson II. He made headlines when his famous father dangled him over a hotel balcony in Berlin 2002 to introduce him to the world. While that brought its set of outraged comments, the late King of Pop released a statement apologizing for endangering his son and said it was him being "caught up in the excitement of the moment".

It is well known that the singer shares son Prince and daughter Paris with Debbie Rowe, but the identity of Bigi's mother has not been shared. Michael and Rowe finalized their divorce in 1999.

The 'Thriller' singer died in June 2009 at the age of 50 after overdosing on sedatives. He suffered from acute propofol intoxication. The drugs were administered to him by his personal doctor Dr Conrad Murray.

The last of the Jackson trio is officially 18, and friends and fans sent their love as they welcomed Bigi into the legal club.

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