Paris Jackson wants to see part of her father’s billion-dollar legacy used to restore his Neverland estate for sick children to enjoy, she has reveals in a new interview.
Saying she made an emotional pilgrimage to her childhood home two years ago and was dismayed to see its famous Ferris wheel had been removed.
‘I cried and cried,’ said Paris. ‘It’s beautiful there. It still has good energy.’
Paris, now 15, also plans to pay tribute to her father by having the words of a loving note he wrote her tattooed on her wrist when she is old enough.
Her ambition is to be a heart surgeon. ‘I want to help people, that’s its,’ Paris told Event magazine.
‘I have lots of memories of my father,’ says Paris. ‘He was an incredible father. We all loved him to death.
Paris and her brothers get money from Michael Jackson Family Trust, paying for 15 full-time staff, including bodyguards, a personal chef, two nannies, maids, maintenance men and gardeners at the $26,000-a-month home.