Michael Jackson's children, Prince, 14, Paris, 13, and nine-year-old 'Blanket', have presented Los Angeles' Children's Hospital with 13 pieces of artwork created by the late singer.
Michael Jackson's children have presented Los Angeles' Children's Hospital with 13 pieces of artwork created by the late singer.
Prince, 14, Paris, 13, and nine-year-old 'Blanket' attended a ceremony at the medical centre with their aunt La Toya Jackson and grandmother Katherine Jackson, and presented the hospital with a number of unique pieces designed and signed by the 'King of Pop'.
Among the sketches Michael - who died of acute Propofol intoxication in June 2009 - drew, are a picture of his icon Peter Pan, a drawing of his infamous moonwalk and a portrait of Disney's Mickey Mouse.
LaToya said: "You look at this, it makes you happy. The pieces of art are whimsical, they're magical and there's just joy and peace."
Meanwhile, it was recently Michael's lawyers are battling to save his never-been-seen 182-piece $900 million secret art collection.
His appraiser Eric Finzi said: "Michael's mystique in life combined with this exposure of his wonderful fine art creations following his tragic death will escalate the value of these works and the popularity of his artistic vision worldwide. I do not think we have begun to see the true value of this fine art yet."