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Jackson''s children turn to God, games
July 17
Published on 18 Jul. 2009 12:21 AM IST
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Michael Jackson's children are believed to be using their faith in God and their love of computer games to help them through the grieving process. Prince Michael, 12, Paris, 11, and Blanket, 7, have reportedly been visiting a Jehovah's Witness centre with their aunt Rebbie. They were also seen holding songbook Sing Praises to Jehovah. An insider is quoted by The Sun as saying: "Michael always wanted Rebbie to help with the kids if anything ever happened to him, so it's nice to see her involved." The children's godfather Mark Lester said that they are "coping quiet well" with their father's death, adding: "Paris loves to paint and Prince loves video games to try to keep occupied. Blanket loves to play with his toys and run around a little crazy." The children's biological mum Debbie Rowe has apparently threatened former friend Rebecca White with legal action after she claimed that she had emails from Rowe stating that she wants nothing to do with the children.

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