Michael Jackson's children Paris and Prince are sibling goals as they appear holding hands in rare LA appearance
While Paris flaunted a flamenco inspired, red and black dress that featured sheer lace, Prince sported a silk black tuxedo
Two of late pop icon Michael Jackson's children, Paris and Prince, were seen holding hands as they made a rare red carpet appearance together on Monday night. The late musician's children were celebrating the record label that had released their father's music as they were seen at the Ryan Gordy Foundation 60 Years of Motown Celebration which took place in Beverly Hills on Monday night.
Twenty one-year-old Paris was seen sporting a flamenco-inspired, red and black dress that featured sheer lace.
The dress also had a silky black pleated skirt with pleated shoulder accents and thick black straps. She finished off the outfit with a pair of studded heels and chose to have her hair styled loose and over her shoulders.
While her older brother Prince sported a silk black tuxedo which was bejeweled and had french cuffs. Paris's boyfriend, Gabriel Glenn, was also seen at the event. The 'Thriller' singer has left behind three children - Paris, Prince, and Blanket.
Prince is the oldest child and was named Michael Joseph Prince Jackson Jr and Paris, born as Paris Michael Katherine Jackson, is the second oldest. The youngest child is Prince Michael Jackson II who was nicknamed Blanket. Prince recently graduated from college and got a business degree while Paris is a model, actress, and activist.
Other celebrities such as Beyonce's mother, Tina Knowles, also attended the event and was seen sporting a beige leopard-print bodysuit. Basketball legend Magic Johnson was also present at the event along with his wife Cookie Johnson.
Paris Jackson recently opened up about how she stays strong after dealing with mental health issues. As reported by US Weekly, she shared, "I think we should be serious with everything going on. But also, that happiness and that love and light is so important. It’s so important to take breaks and enjoy the little things and stuff".