What is Michael Jackson's daughter Paris like now? 'She is who my dad is'

MICHAEL JACKSON had three children, but arguably the most famous is his daughter, Paris - but what is Paris Jackson like now?

PUBLISHED: 13:30, Tue, Oct 6, 2020 | UPDATED: 13:31, Tue, Oct 6, 2020

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Michael Jackson was famed for his controversial private life and incredible music. His children - Prince, Paris and Blanket - were thrust into the limelight thanks to their dad’s fame, and were given the unenviable task of carrying on the family name after his death. Paris is the only daughter of Michael - but what is she like now?

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Paris Jackson has done few interviews, but fans can get an idea about what the King of Pop’s daughter is like.

Her brother, Prince, described his sister in 2017, when she gave some of her early interviews as an 18-year-old with Rolling Stone.

Prince said: “Basically, as a person, she is who my dad is.

“The only thing that’s different would be her age and her gender.”

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Paris Jackson - what is she like now?Paris Jackson - what is she like now? (Image: Getty)

Michael Jackson with young ParisMichael Jackson with young Paris (Image: Getty)

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He added how they were similar “in all of her strengths, and almost all of her weaknesses as well.

“She’s very passionate. She is very emotional to the point where she can let emotion cloud her judgement.”

As a teenager, Paris struggled with depression and low self-esteem, which led her to make multiple attempts to take her own life, the last of which left her hospitalised.

Speaking about this, she said: “It was just self-hatred, low self-esteem, thinking that

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