Michael Jackson's children have made a rare public appearance to donate artwork to a children's hospital in Los Angeles.
The artwork donated by Brett Livingstone-Strong, an artist and friend of Jackson, were said to be by the late King of Pop.
Prince (14), Paris (13) and Michael II (9), attended a ceremony at the hospital where they handed over ten pieces of art created and signed by their father.
The children were joined in by their grandmother, Jackson's mother, Katherine and sister, La Toya.
The pieces included one of Mickey Mouse, a drawing of Peter Pan, the late artist's icon, a throne, and Jackson's famous moonwalk.
La Toya have stated that "the pieces would help life the children's spirits."
Jackson's children added their own signatures under their father's on some of the pieces. The art pieces will be distributed and displayed throughout the hospital.
SOURCE: Sky News via Yahoo!UK