How Many Children Does Michael Jackson Have?

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Michael Jackson had three children: son Prince Michael, daughter Paris, and Prince Michael II (also known as Blanket)
Parents: Katherine Esther Jackson and Joe Jackson
A superstar who spanned pop, disco and MTV, Michael Jackson was one of the great music heroes of the late 20th century. But by the time of his sudden death at age 50 in 2009, he was known less for his music than for his erratic behavior, wild spending, an... More>>
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Michael Jackson has Three Children. Prince Michael Jackson who is the oldest, Paris Michael Katherine Jackson, the middle child and Prince Michael II Jackson, also known as Blanket. Michaels Jackson’s first two children are from Debbie Rowe and his lastborn, Blanket from a surrogate mother.
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