A decade after Michael Jackson died, his three kids are creating their own identities and forging their own paths.
Fans around the world saw Michael's kids wearing masks in public when they were youngsters. Most famously, he dangled one of his sons, Blanket, over a balcony railing when he was just 9 months old.
But today, they're grown up.
Michael's only daughter, Paris, is 21 and making her way in the modeling world. She has appeared on numerous magazine covers. She has also tried out acting and plays in a band with her boyfriend.
But Paris already has a troubled history. She made headlines in March after reportedly trying to take her own life. A 911 call was made by Paris' neighbor, allegedly at the request of her boyfriend. However, Paris has denied that she tried to take her own life.
Her big brother, Prince, is now 22. He just graduated from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. He was seen posing in pictures with his girlfriend and his grandmother, who was given custody of him and his siblings after Michael's death on June 25, 2009.
Prince's social media is full of photos of motorcycles and dogs.
Prince also started a YouTube channel with his younger brother, Blanket, who changed his name to Bigi Jackson. The two review current movies.
Bigi is now 17 and attends the prestigious Buckley School in Los Angeles. He reportedly enjoys martial arts and video games.