Michael Jackson’s son, Prince, has revealed the identity of his girlfriend after he posted a photo on social media celebrating their one-year anniversary.
The two have been dating secretly for 12 months, but they finally went public after the King of Pop’s eldest son posted a picture of them on Instagram.
While not confirmed, Prince has yet to name his secret girlfriend, it’s believed the two met at Loyola Marymount University where he is currently majoring in business, according to The Mirror.
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On his Instagram post, Prince wrote:
I had such an amazing time in San Fran celebrating our year together
His older sister, Paris, commented on their picture saying:
Warms my heart to see how much joy you two bring each other. Happy anniversary love y’all.
In September last year, Prince gave an interview on This Morning where he admitted he didn’t have the dance moves or the vocal range which his father was blessed with, which he found ’embarrassing’. Despite those shortcomings, he said he was determined to follow Michael’s example and make a difference in people’s lives.
In his first ever UK interview, Prince described how his ‘motivational’ father inspired him to create Heal LA, an organisation which aims to improve the lives of abused children and the homeless.
Their Facebook page states it was:
… founded to further the cause of Michael Jackson’s “Heal the World” organization and improve the conditions of those in Los Angeles.
Prince told This Morning:
We focus on child hunger, child abuse and homelessness in the Los Angeles area.
We really structured it off of Heal the World but on a smaller scale to lead by example to say you don’t have to be a pop star or be very famous to make a difference. You can make a difference by going out and doing these things by yourself or with a group of friends in your own city.
Prince was only 12-years-old when his father died in 2009, but still has fond memories of him, he says he was a ‘very humble’ man who didn’t like to show them any of his iconic music videos. However, he says their dad used to scare them as children with stories about Thriller.
He also spoke about the international fame surrounding the late King of Pop, saying:
I thought it was normal at first but then we saw videos of him performing. People were fainting.
One time we were outside the Dorchester and lots of people were shouting and chanting his name and my dad sent out pizza and hot chocolate to them.
If you want to find more about the Heal Los Angeles foundation click here.