Michael Jackson's kids are 'happy' and ready for a new school year.
Although they had to say goodbye to their late father just two years ago, Michael Jackson's kids are reportedly adjusting well to their new life.
"They are pretty happy kids now," a source told PEOPLE Magazine.
The kids recently enjoyed time with their grandmother Katherine Jackson and aunt LaToya Jackson during a ceremony where they donated some of their father's artwork to a children's hospital. They also were spotted having fun at Six Flags Magic Mountain but now, as the summer wraps, they're gearing up for school.
Prince, 14, and Paris, 13 will return to private school. "They love the social aspect of it," says the source. While his siblings are away during the day, Blanket, 9, is still "very shy" so he's going to be home-schooled.
Like her older brother, Paris still has her heart set on a career in Hollywood and will likely continue acting. "She really wants to be an actress," says the source. "She loved taking acting classes."
We're glad things are coming along for you all, keep up the good work this year!