The late Michael Jackson lives on in his timeless music, but his daughter, Paris Jackson, has shared her own method of remembering her deceased father: a tattoo in his handwriting. Michael was clearly the "King of Pop" to everyone that has heard his music, but he was more than that to his children. While Paris has been sharing photos of her new tattoos on Instagram, this new body art a great tribute to the artist, and stands out amongst the rest.
"Queen of my heart," is tattooed on her wrist, in Michael's handwriting, according to Paris. In a touching caption included with the photo of the completed tattoo, Paris explained the meaning behind the words.
A photo posted by Paris-Michael K. Jackson (@parisjackson) on Apr 5, 2016 at 2:57pm PDT
Paris' tattoos clearly mean a great deal to her because, only a few days later, she shared another photo on Instagram of a new tattoo dedicated to her grandmother. You can check it out right here (via Instagram):
"Kǎisèlín" for Grandma Katherine, done by the ink goddess herself @thetattooprincess. Love you, G-Ma. A photo posted by Paris-Michael K. Jackson (@parisjackson) on Apr 6, 2016 at 10:23pm PDT
Speaking of tattoos, Paris' new boyfriend, Michael Snoddy, is covered in them. In fact, one of these tattoos is of the Confederate Flag, which is clearly controversial, according to numerous gossip websites, including Page Six.
Snoddy's Instagram page, which is the only source of information we have on this guy, states that he's from the South -hence the tattoo- and is a drummer. All we really know is that Paris seems to be pretty into him, as we can see from this photo taken on her 18th birthday.