Paris Jackson's older brother, Prince, was seen in public for the first time since his sister's shocking suicide attempt.
He was out on a date in L.A. with his girlfriend, who's a Kuwaiti royal princess.
She was wearing a Buckley shirt from the same exclusive prep school that Prince and Paris attend.
The appearance by Prince comes as reports are surfacing that he and Paris had "major fights" that may have contributed to her actions earlier this week.
Their rift is reportedly over the growing bond between Paris and their mother, Debbie Rowe.
"Prince feels Paris is betraying their father by getting close to Debbie," says US Weekly. "Paris and Prince fight all the time."
The magazine also says Prince calls Debbie Rowe, "that woman."
Paris, who cut her wrists and took an overdose of the painkiller Motrin, reportedly "threw a fit" because she wasn't allowed to attend a Marilyn Manson concert. She was supposed to be studying for finals.
Last night, Manson dedicated a song to Paris at his concert in L.A. During the show, Manson took a meat cleaver to his wrists, just like Paris cut her wrists, shocking everyone in the audience.
Paris is also receiving support from X-Factor judge Demi Lovato, who's also battled depression and thoughts of suicide. Lovato tweeted:
"Dear Paris Jackson ... 'We believe in you!! Stay strong, please ... You're beautiful and we love you."
There is speculation that Paris is under pressure because of the bombshell claim that there is "irrefutable proof" that the King of Pop is not the biological father of Paris and Prince.
Speculation over the years has centered on a man named Mark Lester as being their biological dad. We asked Lester if he would take a DNA test, to which he replied, "If the children wanted it, then I would do [it]. But, as far as I'm concerned, it would only be on that premise."
Lester is the former child actor who famously played the lead in the best picture musical Oliver.
Lester and Michael Jackson were friends and he allegedly went to a sperm bank in England at Michael's request.
Side by side, Paris could be the sister of Mark Lester's daughter. And when you compare Lester as a child and Prince Jackson at around the same age, the resemblance is strong.
With all the weight of the world on her shoulders, it's no wonder why People Magazine has called Paris Jackson, "the girl who has everything, but the girl who has nothing. She's all alone."