Paris Jackson Looks Happy After Returning to Family Home in L.A.

Paris Jackson has had a rough couple of years, but since attending a therapeutic boarding school in Utah starting in 2013, Michael Jackson‘s daughter looks happier than ever!

The 16-year-old Lundon’s Bridge actress recently returned to her family’s home in Los Angeles after living a very secluded life in the wake of her father’s death in 2009 when she was just 11. The teenager looks fit and refreshed after finishing a workout with a personal trainer in a Calabasas park.

Paris was launched into the limelight after giving a touching eulogy at her father’s funeral, which praised his parenting, but has been seldom seen since. “Ever since I was born, Daddy has been the best father you could ever imagine,” she said at the time.

Since then, she and her siblings, Michael, 18, and Blanket, 13, lived with family, but mostly remained with grandmother Katherine Jackson and older cousin T.J. Jackson.

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Now wearing a shirt that says, “Be your own kind of beautiful,” Paris seemingly has found some solace from the issues that plagued her in 2013. Her cute workout outfit was completed with black spandex and a high bun. It also seems like she and her trainer have been friends for a while, as they shared an intimate hug when it was time to part ways.

The King of Pop’s daughter, who reportedly suffered from depression and tried tocommit suicide, has stayed out of the limelight—and photos—in recent years, which makes these pictures one of the first looks at the teen in a long time. TheDaily Mail first published the photos that show just how much she has grown up! It’s great to see her looking so well, but it shouldn’t be a surprise, as a source previously told E! News that she was “doing real well.”

“Utah has been exactly what she needed to get better,” the source said. “She is in a much better place than a year ago.”

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  1. A Father and Daughter bond is unique and so special, he is your rock, your protector, your guidance, your everything. You are his princess and pride and joy. When this bond is broken in the physical world there’s a huge void, a great piece of your total existence becomes almost unbearable, even more so when you are so young. People advise, and love you and try to comfort and guide you, but the inner most pain and confusion you feel from such a loss is something that you have to endure and learn to understand yourself and in your own time. Everyone deals with things in life in their own way, it’s a process we all go through at some point and Paris has dealt with her loss in the only way that she knew how at the time. I can relate to her pain and reasons for what she felt she had to do. But as the saying goes…What doesn’t kill you only makes you stronger! I have the inner peace in knowing that Paris seems to have come through her darkest time and is going from strength to strength, being protected and guided by the right people who obviously love her and have her best interests at heart. Paris’s involvement with Lundon’s Bridge and Dennis Christen is the best thing that could happen, she’s going to go far. Let’s all help to keep her protected and watch her grow x


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