October 2017
NW;10/9/2017, Vol. 25 Issue 41, p79
The article reports that late American singer-songwriter Michael Jackson’s two eldest children, Prince and Paris Jackson, attended their cousin Siggy Jackson’s wedding in Los Angeles, California.


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