KATHERINE JACKSON: ‘ALL I WANTED WAS THESE KIDS TO BE IS HAPPY’
Katherine Jackson has not stopped grieving since the day that her son, Michael Jackson, died suddenly. The mother of the King of Pop and grandmother of his children recently shared her pain with Hello! magazine.
“There’s not a day goes by that I don’t think about him; when I don’t shed a tear,” said Mrs. Jackson to the media source. “[Michael] was a very good father, the best. He was a good son, too.”
Katherine also talked about her granddaughter Paris’ suicide attempt a few months back that had the family and masses of Michael Jackson fans on edge. “She is doing much better,” explained the family matriarch. “The treatment is going good, really good. She’s my baby. It’s hard for me, really hard. All I wanted [was] these kids to be is happy. The night Michael died Paris was crying and said, ‘I want to go and see daddy; I don’t want to be without him.’”
Mrs. Jackson described the Jackson kids’ personality and character traits saying, “They are incredibly polite and that’s down to the way Michael brought them up. He instilled good manners but it’s a different generation, of course, and I don’t understand the whole social media thing. They are always on their phones.”
Michael Jackson died on June 25, 2009 in his Holmby Hills home. Paris, Prince, and Blanket are his kids.