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How Michael Jackson’s Kids Are Doing 6 Years After His Death

How Michael Jackson’s Kids Are Doing 6 Years After His Death
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Prince, Paris and Blanket have been through a lot since they lost their dad Michael Jackson six years ago.

Despite some set backs, they seem to be doing better than ever, hitting new milestones as the years go by.

This year, Prince graduated with honors from The Buckley School in L.A. and is planning to attend Loyola Marymount University in the fall.

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His sister Paris is back in L.A. after attending boarding school in Utah. The 17-year-old appears to be having a great summer with her supposed boyfriend, soccer club member Chester Castellaw. The pair even hit the red carpet together at the premiere of Deaf West Theatre’s “Spring Awakening" in L.A. 

Paris wished her late dad a happy father’s day earlier this month on Instagram. The message said, Happy father's day! You're (always) the best! I miss you a lot but I know you're in the perfect place. We're gonna be together again someday, I'm sure I will never forget you, applehead.”

Blanket, 13, is now attending The Buckley School and participating in extracurricular activities like martial arts. He’s also going by a new name. Rather than his longtime nickname Blanket or his real moniker Prince Michael Jackson II, he is listed as Bigi Jackson in the yearbook. Radar says this is the name he goes by at school.

The children are in a good place financially too. TMZ estimates that if MJ's estate was distributed right now, each child would receive about $100 million.