Michael Jackson's children "talk about him all the time".
The late 'Thriller' singer's Offspring - Prince Michael I, 14, Paris, 12, and nine-year-old Prince Michael II, who is known as Blanket - are always asking his family to tell them more about the superstar, who passed away from acute Propofol intoxication in June 2009.
Michael's brother, Jackie Jackson, told People.com: "They are around their father 24 hours a day. They have pictures In The Bedroom. They talk about him all the time. They ask me for stories about him. They want to know more about him."
Prince Michael was even pictured wearing a shirt with Michael's family band, Jackson 5, on it at a recent Los Angeles Lakers basketball game he attended with Jackie.
Jackie also joked that Michael's children have a very different upbringing to his own, as the Jackson 5 - who were managed by their father Joe Jackson - were a touring act from a very young age,
He joked: "I told the kids, 'You better get busy because when we were your age we were selling out concerts.' "
Since Michael's death, his estate has earned some $310 million through record sales, various merchandising deals, royalty payments and concert film 'This Is It'.
The sum has helped ease the late star's financial difficulties, which saw the King of Pop reportedly owe around $400 million to various creditors at the time of his death.