Acting normal and happy, Michael Jackson’s kids came out to test the newest video games at the E3 Expo in Los Angeles on Tuesday!
It’s nearly the one-year anniversary of Michael Jackson’s shocking June 25 death, but the superstar’s children seem to be doing well. In fact, eyewitnesses even spotted MJ’s eldest kids, Prince and Paris, testing out the newest video games during the E3 Video Game Expo in LA June 15 — and said they couldn’t have been more normal or well-adjusted!
“Michael’s kids went to the E3 convention around 3 p.m. and hung out mostly at the THQ tent,” the spy tells HollywoodLife.com. “They were surrounded by nine to twelve bodyguards.”
Paris, 12, and Prince, 13, loved the video game sequel de Blob: The Underground, where players help an alien city regain its color after an evil corporation takes over.
“The kids were as normal of kids as possible and were having a blast with all the games,” our eyewitness said. “They had a total love for the games and it was nothing weird at all. They explored the convention and had tons of fun.”