Today marks the third anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death and although daughter Paris says living without him “never gets easier,” the kids are adjusting to life under the care of their grandmother. All three of them were originally homeschooled and are now attending public school. She has admitted that her peers have tried to be mean to her but she doesn’t seem to be fazed by it. “People have tried, but it doesn’t always work. At school and some people try to cyber bully me,” Paris said to Oprah Winfrey. “They try to get to me with words, but that doesn’t really work.”
The teen was seen with a male companion yesterday during a trip to the movies. According to a source, the 14-year-old turns to one of her famous relatives for advice. “Janet acts like both a mom and a friend to Paris. She’s chatted with her niece about how she should wait many years before she is intimate with a guy,” the source said to the National Enquirer. “She also listens to Paris when she speaks about her crushes and answers her questions and boys.”
Paris’ brothers, Blanket and Prince, seem to be thriving as well. Prince has aspirations to be a director and actor and little Blanket has taken up martial arts, according to a report by Radar Online.